Morris: The Conflict of Laws 8th ed
Published: September 2012
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Price: Out of print
Morris: The Conflict of Laws, now in its eighth edition, is one of the leading titles on the conflict of laws, covering all branches of private international law. It is unparalleled in breadth of scope and wealth of detail.
The work explains the fundamental principles of the subject and how the law works in practice. The authors’ encourage critical thinking by getting readers to think about the issues which concern the working of the conflict of laws as a whole, its theoretical basis and methodology.
Authoritative, comprehensive and clearly written, Morris on The Conflict of Laws will continue to be welcomed by law students both at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and by practising lawyers.
- The leading textbook on the conflict of laws, covering all branches of private international law
- Explains the fundamental principles of the subject and how the law works in practice, to give readers a full understanding of the subject
- Encourages critical thinking by encouraging readers to think about the issues which concern the working of the conflict of laws as a whole, its theoretical basis and methodology
- Uses clear and straightforward language to facilitate understanding of the subject
New to this Edition:-
- Coverage of Rome I and II; the Maintenance Regulations, the Convention on the International Recovery of Child Support and Other Forms of Family Maintenance and the Protocol on the Law Applicable to Maintenance Obligations.
- EU cases on the Brussels I including West Tankers Inc v Allianz SpA and Brussels IIa Regulations.
- UK Supreme Court cases including Lucasfilm Ltd v Ainsworth, Granatino v Radmacher and Re E (children) (international abduction)
- ECHR cases Neulinger v Switzerland and Šneersone v Italy.