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The State of Scots Law isbn 9781845926311

The State of Scots Law

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Lindsay FarmerProfessor of Law, University of Glasgow, Rob Dunbar

ISBN13: 9780406944528
ISBN: 0406944520
New Edition ISBN: 1845926315
Published: August 2001
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £18.00
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The Scotland Act 1998 and Human Rights Act 1988 have been the catalyst for enormous upheaval in the world of the Scottish lawyer. Constitutional and political change has produced a fundamental challenge to the ideas and institutions of Scots Law.

The State of Scots Law seeks to stimulate important and necessary public discussion. Written by leading academics from Scotland's universities, their contributions are likely to become the standard point of reference in this debate.""

Reprinted with ISBN: 9781845926311

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Subjects:
European Jurisdictions
Contents:
Constitutionalism, Judicial Review and "the Evident Utility of the Subjects Within Scotland".
Lawyers in Contemporary Scottish Politics: A New "Dundas Despotism"?
Legislating for Diversity: Minorities in the New Scotland.
Scots Law and European Private Law
Old and Foreign: History, Historiography and Comparative Law
Scottish Self-Government and the Unitary Constitution
Transitional Jurisprudence in the UK: A Very Scottish Coup?
Imagined Communities, Imaginary Conversations: Failure and the Construction of Legal Identities
Under the Shadow over Parliament House: The Strange Case of Legal Nationalism.