Child Offenders in South African Criminal Justice: Concepts and Process explains the Child Justice Act 75 of 2008 for the various sectors involved in the administration of child justice in South Africa.
The purpose of this book is to combine most of the many fields that trustees are expected to have a knowledge of in one publication, written in easy-to-understand layman’s language, that can serve as a guide for the average trustee.
The late Chief justice of South Africa, Pius Langa, was a remarkable man. He achieved so much in his life and touched many people with his quiet dignity, his generosity and his sparkling humour. As a lawyer, he had a profound impact on the establishment of South Africa's new democracy and the adoption of the country's Constitution.
Bringing together original contributions from an unprecedented number of eminent current and former GATT and WTO staff members, including many current and former Appellate Body members, this book is a unique exploration of the development of the rule of the law in the multilateral trading system.
Attempting is one of the most intriguing and perplexing dimensions of human action. Its implications in criminal law are profound. Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov explores the philosophical connections between attempting and intending, acting, subjectivity and possibility, and proposes a theory of criminal attempts derived from the anatomy of attempting thus revealed.
Providing a refreshing take on international law, Emmanuelle Tourme Jouannet explains its latest developments in the light of its history and culture and demonstrates how it can be an instrument both for dominance and for change in our globalised world.
A practical guide to disciplinary hearings sets out all the practical aspects of the disciplinary hearing for the chairman and the defendant employee. The logical layout of this book allows for easy use during the hearing.