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This collection brings together a range of original essays by international experts in the field to explore questions of criminal law under Italian Fascism and other similar regimes, including Franco's Spain and inter-war Romania and Japan.
This book explores the links between tort law defences on a theoretical level, and examines the nature and scope of individual defences. It will be of value to academics and practitioners alike.
The Law of Nations and the United States Constitution offers a new lens through which anyone interested in constitutional governance in the United States should analyze the role and status of customary international law in U.S. courts. The book explains that the law of nations has not interacted with the...
Over the years of the developing judicial review of ministerial and governmental decisions, Louis Blom-Cooper was a leading advocate who grew up with the advent of a distinctive brand of public law. His range of public activities, both in and outwith the courtroom, saw him dubbed by his colleagues as...
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This book fully explains the provisions of the Care Act 2014 and its implications for health and social care in the UK. Written by a leading authority in the field, it addresses the issues arising from the new legislation and its impact on everyday health and social care practice.
Criminal Law combines succinct focused coverage with the author's respected critique and analysis of the law, judgments, and legal reform. Expanded contextual coverage ensures that students can enjoy a comprehensive understanding of this most fascinating subject.
A European public law is under construction, but how has this occurred and what is its character? Stirn proposes that this European public law is being constructed by the convergence of three circles: the law of the EU, the law of the ECHR, and the different domestic legal orders.