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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Essays for Colin Tapper

Edited by: Peter Mirfield, Roger Smith

ISBN13: 9780406964397
ISBN: 0406964394
Published: June 2005
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £89.00



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""This collection of essays mirrors the unusual breadth of Colin Tapper's learning and publications. In recognition of his reputation, the authors constitute an international group of scholars themselves pre-eminent in their fields. The eleven essays span the spheres of evidence, intellectual property, computer law and computer applications. Together, they provide eloquent testimony of the scholarship and influence of Colin Tapper, with challenges to conventional thinking that he will surely approve of.""

Subjects:
Evidence, General Interest
Contents:
Silence, lies and vicious circularity; Approaches to similar fact evidence: England and Australia; Implications of the human right rationale for legal professional privilege - the demise of implied statutory abrogation?; Legal proof of knowledge; Empirical evaluation of the hearsay rule; Exploring the integrity principle in evidence and procedure; Silence, innocence and human rights; The policies of legal information services: a perspective of three decades; Information technology and the criminal justice system; Defining and rewarding invention: a review and a modest proposal for patent law; Cumulation and convergence of intellectual property rights; Index