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Domestic Deployment of the Armed Forces: Military Powers, Law and Human Rights

by Michael Head & Scott Mann

Examining the national and international law, human rights and civil liberties issues involved in governments calling out troops to deal with civil unrest or terrorism, this book discusses the changes underway...

Bioequity - Property and the Human Body

by Nils Hoppe

This book advances a new approach, based on existing law, to constructing entitlements in human tissue and resolving resulting property conflicts. A new methodology is also put forward for abstracting different...

Altruism Reconsidered: Exploring New Approaches to Property in Human Tissue

by Michael Steinmann & Peter Sýkora

Altruism Reconsidered combines both practical and conceptual multidisciplinary perspectives, setting the standard for a detailed and innovative discussion on the regulation of research on human tissue.

Gender and Migration in 21st Century Europe

by Helen Stalford & Samantha Currie

Providing interdisciplinary and empirically grounded insights into the issues surrounding gender and migration into and within Europe, this work presents a comprehensive and critical overview of the historical,...

A Social History of Company Law: Great Britain and the Australian Colonies 1854-1920

by Rob McQueen

Through studying the evolution of the corporate form in Britain and a number of its colonial possessions, the book illuminates debates on key concepts within the area of incorporations legislation.

Memory, Imagination, Justice: Intersections of Law and Literature

by David Gurnham

Through the creative use of literary analysis, Memory, Imagination, Justice provides a critical and highly original discussion of contemporary topics in criminal law and bioethics. Using popular and classical...

Community, Space and Online Censorship: Regulating Pornotopia

by Scott Beattie

This book compares the Australian solution to internet regulation, a set of laws which have been criticised as being both draconian and ineffectual, to major regulatory systems in the UK and US, and will be...

The Founding Fathers, Pop Culture, and Constitutional Law: Who's Your Daddy?

by Susan Burgess

This volume explores the representation of law and legitimacy in various sites of popular culture. To this end, soap operas, romance novels, tabloid newspapers, reality television, and coming out narratives...

What Is Right for Children?: The Competing Paradigms of Religion and Human Rights

by Martha Albertson Fineman & Karen Worthington

Using international human rights norms as a touchstone, examining the state of 'rights-talk' about children in the US, this collection explores the presence, participation and treatment of children, in many...

The Counsel of Rogues?: A Defence of the Standard Conception of the Lawyer's Role

by Tim Dare

This volume examines standard conceptions of the lawyer's role, suggesting that a slightly modified version is essentially the best way of coming to view the ethical obligations of lawyers.

Children's Rights and the Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility: A Global Perspective

by Don Cipriani

This work is the first global analysis of national minimum ages of criminal responsibility, the international legal obligations that surround them and the principal considerations for establishing and implementing...

Law as Institutional Normative Order

by Maksymilian Del Mar & Zenon Bankowski

MacCormick's `Institutions of Law' is the culmination of a lifetime's work in legal theory by one of the world's most respected legal theorists. This book collects responses from well-known legal theorists from...

The Globalization of Corporate Governance

by Alan Dignam & Michael Galanis

This book assesses the impact of economic globalization on the key corporate governance systems of the UK, the US and Germany and examines the extent to which insider systems are converging towards outsider...

The Child As Vulnerable Patient: Protection and Empowerment

by Lynn Hagger

This volume examines the particular ethical and legal issues raised by children in the health care setting and considers the key areas of concern in relation to the balance between protecting the welfare of...

The Integrity of the Judge: A Philosophical Inquiry

by Jonathan Soeharno

This book develops a comprehensive theory of judicial integrity through comparisons of established and developing democracies. A significant new work for legal theorists and philosophers, as well as scholars...

Islam in American Prisons: Black Muslims' Challenge to American Penology

by Hamid Reza Kusha

The growth of Islam worldwide and particularly in the United States is especially notable among African-American inmates incarcerated in American state and federal penitentiaries. This new study examines this...

Diversity and Tolerance in Socio-Legal Contexts: Explorations in the Semiotics of Law

by Anne Wagner & Vijay K. Bhatia

This book explores how the various disciplines of law and linguistics can help us understand the nature of 'Diversity and Tolerance' - both oral and written - and how it might be clarified to avoid fear, and...

Terrorism, War and International Law: The Legality of the Use of Force Against Afghanistan in 2001

by Myra Williamson

This book analyzes the legality of the use of force by the US, the UK and their NATO allies against Afghanistan in 2001 and considers the implications for the use of force in the future.

Rules of Law and Laws of Ruling: On the Governance of Law

by Franz von Benda-Beckmann & Keebet von Benda-Beckmann

Offering an anthropological perspective, this book explores the changing relations between law and governance, examining how changes in the structure of governance affect the relative social significance of...

Heaven Forbid: An International Legal Analysis of Religious Discrimination

by Anne-Marie Mooney Cotter

As the population becomes more diverse internationally, Religious Discrimination has become increasingly important as an area of law around the world. Heaven Forbid provides a detailed examination of the relationship...