Law, society, and economy : centenary essays for the London School of Economics and Political Science, 1895-1995

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Full title: Law, society, and economy : centenary essays for the London School of Economics and Political Science, 1895-1995 / edited by Richard Rawlings.
Corporate Authors: London School of Economics and Political Science.
Other authors: Rawlings, Richard.
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Distinction and diversity: law and the LSE / Richard Rawlings
  • Laski's law behind the law. 1906 to European labour law / Lord Wedderburn
  • The sactimony of contract / Hugh Collins
  • Codifying directors' duties / Mrs. Justice Arden
  • Praising the professors: commercial law and the LSE / Ross Cranston
  • Tax law in and ofer the Wheatcroft Era / Andrew Park
  • Altera pars audiatur: law in the collision of discourses / Gunther Teubner
  • Legal analysis as institutional imagination / Robert Mangabeira Unger
  • The reformation in international law / Rosalyn Higgins
  • Crime and politics: spot the difference / Stanley Cohen
  • Legality, modernity and ethnicity in colonial South Africa: an excursion in the historical anthropology of law / John Comaroff
  • Courts, constitutions and fundamental rights / Sir Anthony Mason
  • Jusges and the constitution / J.A.G. Griffith
  • Autonomy and the rule of law / Mr. Justice Sedley
  • Legal services and the alternatives: the LSE tradition / Cyril Glasser and Carol Harlow
  • Access to justice, towards the 21st century / Michael Zander
  • Judicial legislation / W.R. Cornish.