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- Taylor and Francis 1990; US$ 55.95
Brings issues of legal theory to life by relating them to real problems in British politics. Questions about human rights, the rule of law, the unwritten constitution, the role of judges, law and politics and civil disobediance are discussed. more...
- Taylor and Francis 1998; US$ 41.95
The Case of Speluncean Explorers: Nine New Opinions includes a reprint of Lon Fuller's classic article and a much-needed revision of and addition to the five opening s originally expressed in the case by five Supreme Court Judges more...
- Cambridge University Press 2005; US$ 32.00
Recognizing the need for a 'universal' set of procedures that would transcend national jurisdictional rules and facilitate the resolution of disputes arising from transnational commercial transactions, ALI and UNIDROIT launched Principles and Rules of Transnational Civil Procedure, creating a set of acceptable rules and principles that would be recognised... more...
- Cambridge University Press 2005; US$ 46.00
Focusing on legal structures as they developed in Western societies, this book looks at four paradigms of the forms of a varied selection of functional legal units: legislatures and courts, statutory rules, contracts and property, legal methodologies for interpreting law, and enforcive devices such as sanctions and remedies. more...
- Taylor and Francis 1992; US$ 58.95
In Jurisprudence as Ideology , Valerie Kerruish asks how it is that people who are put down, let down and kept down by law can be thought to have a general political obligation to obey it. She engages with contemporary issues in socialist, feminist and critical legal theory, and links these issues to debates in jurisprudence and the philosophy and... more...
- Cambridge University Press 2004; US$ 133.00
Amerasinghe examines the local remedies rule in the context of both historical and modern international law. He considers both the customary international law as well as the application of the rule to, among others, human rights protection and international organizations. New material includes bilateral investment treaties and state contracts. more...
- Cambridge University Press 2006; US$ 62.00
These essays develop a readable, coherent historical and theoretical perspective about problems of proof, evidence, and inferential reasoning in law. They are woven together to present a sustained argument for a broad inter-disciplinary approach to evidence in litigation, in which the rules of evidence play a subordinate, though significant, role. more...
- Hart Publishing Limited 2005; US$ 90.00
Modern jurisprudence embodies two distinct traditions of thought about the nature of law. The first adopts a scientific approach which assumes that all legal phenomena possess universal characteristics that may be used in the analysis of any type of legal system. The main task of the legal philosopher is to disclose and understand such characteristics,... more...
- Hart Publishing Limited 2004; US$ 160.20
The primary purpose of this title is to compare and contrast the class action models that apply under the federal regimes of Australia and the United States and the provincial regimes of Ontario and British Columbia in Canada. more...
- Hart Publishing Limited 2005; US$ 160.20
This book explores the relationship between the law and pervasive and persistent reasonable disagreement about justice. It reveals the central moral function and creative force of reasonable disagreement in and about the law and shows why and how lawyers and legal philosophers should take reasonable conflict more seriously. Even though the law should... more...