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Always on the Same Path: Volume 2

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ISBN13: 9781841130699
ISBN: 1841130699
Published: March 2001
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £72.00



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The author of this second volume continues his quest for the best way of presenting foreign law to Common law readers. The work thus contains essays on methodology: the horizontal application of human rights; the tortuous liability of statutory bodies; the growing impact of human rights law on our law of torts; the differing approaches to problems raised by actions for wrongful life and wrongful birth; differing judicial styles and what they can tell us about a foreign system, as well as the growing use of foreign law by British judges in their judicial and extra judicial work.

These essays, along with their rich bibliographical references, aim to provide much food for thought to practitioners in these above-mentioned areas of the law as well as teachers and researchers in the fields of public law, foreign law and legal methodology.

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Contents:
Our debt to Europe - past, present and future; foreign law and foreign ideas in the English courts; the familiarity of the unknown; reading through a foreign judgement; why a code is not the best way to advance the cause of European legal unity; der wachsende einflub der menschenrechte auf das englische deliktrecht; privacy, freedom of expression and the horizontal effect of the Human Rights Bill - lessons from Germany; the applicability of human rights as between individuals under german constitutional law; tortious liability of statutory bodies; judicial style and judicial reasoning in England and Germany; developing an English law of privacy.