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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Williams, Mortimer and Sunnucks: Executors, Administrators and Probate

Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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Law's Future(s)

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Edited by: David Hayton

ISBN13: 9781841131009
ISBN: 1841131008
Published: September 2000
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £90.00

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To mark the 2000 Annual Conference of the Society of Public Teachers of Law, the society has organised a distinguished team of contributors to write a set of reflective and critical essays on the future of law in the UK. Not only does this publication deal with all the main branches of the law, but also concerns itself with socio-legal studies, legal education and legal practice.

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British university law schools in the twenty-first century, Anthony Bradney and Fiona Cownie; legal system and procedure, Sir Richard Scott; self-regulation and the future of the profession, Alan Paterson; constitutional and human rights law, Conor Gearty and Adam Tomkins; legislative devolution and legal diversity - the Northern Ireland dimensions, Desmond Greer and Brigid Hadfield; 2001 - a Scots lawyer's odyssey, Laura MacGregor and Joe Thomson; European legal studies, then and now, Jo Hunt and Jo Shaw; community competition law - notification and individual exemption - goodbye to all that, Richard Whish and Brenda Sufrin; the conflict of laws, Jonathan Harris and David McClean; public law, Stephen Bailey and Nicholas Bamforth; environmental law, Tim Jewell and Colin Reid; labour law, Keith Ewing and Gillian Morris; company law, John Birds and John Parkinson; socio-legal studies, Sally Wheeler and Phil Thomas; commercial law, Sarah Worthington and Roy Goode; consumer law into the next millennium - a serious service fault?, John Lowry and David Oughton; criminal law, Richard Card and Andrew Ashworth; character evidence and criminal procedure, John Jackson and Martin Wasik; does medical law have a future?, Margaret Brazier and Nicola Glover; family law's futures, Rebecca Bailey-Harris and Judith Masson; unjust enrichment, Kit Barker and Lionel Smith; land law and trusts, Elizabeth Cooke and David Hayton.