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Human Rights Law
Human Rights Law is the first book in which the interpretation and application of the Human Rights Act 1998 by the courts in England and Wales is comprehensively examined and analysed. Part I of the book concerns the Human ...
Reproducing Irishness: Race, Gender, and Abortion Law
(University of Toronto Press, 2005-12-01)
This article draws on Nira Yuval-Davis's theory of gender and nation and on Etienne Balibar's theory of race and nationalism to develop the argument that race is one significant means by which the legal regime of the ...
The impact of WTO rulings in the Community legal order
(Sweet and Maxwell, 2004)
El muro en el Oeste y La fortaleza de la Fe: alegorías de la exclusión de minorías en la Castilla del siglo XV
Copyright as an Engine of Free Speech: An English Perspective
(Huygens Editorial, 2008)
Transnational Hindu law adoptions: recognition and treatment in Britain
(Cambridge University Press, 2009)
This article examines how the adoption of children under Hindu law in India is regarded by British private international law and immigration law. Through an analysis of case law, it focuses particularly on how British ...
Characterising EC regulation: emulation, innovation, re-regulation
The thesis characterises European Community (EC) regulation in terms of three levels of ideas, namely that: (a) the EC regulatory process is best understood by particular styles or processes of regulation that the thesis ...