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Over the last few decades the exchange of goods and services between the industrialised countries and China has increased rapidly. It has become one of the main sources of growth both in Europe and the US. As a consequence, intellectual property
by James M Donovan
by Lord Dyson
This selection of essays, speeches and personal reflections, draws on the analysis of one of the leading lawyers of a generation. Lord Dyson as Master of the Rolls and Head of the Civil Justice System oversaw a period of reform of both law and ...
by Raymond Wacks
When it comes to justice, humanity is in a state of flux. On the upside, world poverty and malnutrition have fallen since the turn of the century, and average life expectancies and literacy rates have risen. On the downside, extremes of wealth ...
by Assaf Likhovski
by Prue Vines
This value pack contains Law and Justice in Australia 3rd edition and the Australian Law Dictionary 3rd edition.Law and Justice in Australia takes a historical, critical and contextual approach to law and justice and offers ...
Ethics, critical thinking and research
by Michael Head
<p><b style="line-height: 1.45em;">This expanded new edition of <i>Law in Perspective </i>focuses on a range of powerful critical thinking tools drawn from logic, science, ethics, and political and social theory. </b><br></p> <p>Information
by Robert Stevens
by Cynthia Banham
This book analyses and compares how the USA's liberal allies responded to the use of torture against their citizens after 9/11. Did they resist, tolerate or support the Bush Administration's policies concerning the mistreatment of detainees when
by William B. Aycock & Seymour W. Wurfel
by Angela Daly
by Andreas Schloenhardt
Queensland Criminal Law is a comprehensive examination of the principles of criminal law as they relate to the Criminal Code (Qld). It provides a thorough analysis of contemporary criminal justice in Queensland and draws comparisons between ...
by Christopher McCrudden edited by Nigel
This book is about judicial reasoning in human rights cases. The aim is to explore the question- how is it that notionally universal norms are reasoned by courts in such significantly different ways? What is the shape of this reasoning; which ...
by John Mee
Interest in resulting trusts has greatly increased in recent years, spurred by academic arguments that such trusts should be seen as a response to unjust enrichment and, therefore, as capable of arising in a wider range of situations than ...
by Natalie Lee
Now in its 34th edition, this highly respected work is a leading textbook for students and an invaluable first point of reference for practitioners. Its impressive list of contributors provide a clear and detailed explanation of the law, with a ...
by Leo H. Bradley
by Marc Robert Stein
by by Federico Fabbrini edited by Stephen
Recent revelations, by Edward Snowden and others, of the vast network of government spying enabled by modern technology have raised major concerns both in the European Union and the United States on how to protect privacy in the face of ...