This book will appeal to readers interested in Kenya, Africa, international criminal justice, and transitional justice. The Kenyan TJRC will also interest general readers curious about the internal workings and political dynamics of a truth commission that struggled to succeed in the face of continued questions about its legitimacy.
Retaining its signature clarity and depth, this fully updated edition of the market-leading World Trade Organization (WTO) textbook covers both the institutional and substantive law of the WTO. The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization is required reading for all WTO law students and practitioners. Questions, assignments and online exercises aid student understanding and engagement.
This book analyses the historical development of constitutional doctrines about private property in China. It compares the application of three exact doctrines - public use, just compensation and due procedure - in China, the United States, Germany and India, and predicts future progress and feasible measures for gradual reform in China.
The attempt to create a neoliberal regime of investment protection resulted in resistance and changes in the legal rules. This book analyses the nature of those changes, considers their adequacy and explores the scope for future changes. It also considers the possibility of change in terms of resistance to power.
Written by a legal ethics expert, The Good Lawyer encourages the development of a sense of social and moral responsibility. It is an invaluable reference for students considering a law degree, or a career in law, and for new lawyers seeking more insight into the moral dimensions of their profession.
This volume of essays explores and evaluates the influence of legal professions and institutions on fault liability across Europe between 1850 and 2000. A range of expert contributors analyse developments in England, Scotland, France, Spain, Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands.
This title is core material for the undergraduate law module on the law of family. The text covers all the concepts of family from the perspectives of the different types of unions, including civil unions and customary marriage, children in the family perspective, parental responsibilities and rights, and family law in practice.
The credit law of South Africa is based on the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 and should be studied by every person in South Africa. Everybody has a responsibility as far as buying goods or receiving services on credit, or obtaining funds and paying back at a later date.