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Author Singh, Rabinder, author
Title The unity of law / Rabinder Singh
Imprint Oxford, UK ; New York, NY : Hart Publishing, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021
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 人文社會聯圖  K236 .S575 2021    AVAILABLE    30660020268756
Descript x, 302 pages ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
The unity of law -- or the dangers of over-specialisation -- Law as a system of values --Talk to the Michael Beloff Law Society -- Keynote speech to the Criminal Bar Association Conference -- Common law, common heritage? some reflections on Anglo-American law -- Antigone's law -- Judicial review and the rule of law -- Divided by a common language : American and British perspectives on constitutional law -- Interpreting Bills of Rights --Tribute for Lord Steyn --The development of human rights thought from Magna Carta to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights -- The moral force of the United Kingdom's Human Rights Act --The place of the Human Rights Act in a democratic society -- What is a 'Democratic Society'? -- Equality : the neglected virtue -- Racial equality and the law -- A comment following the bishop of Durham by Rabinder Singh QC -- Privacy and personal autonomy -- Privacy and the media after the Human Rights Act -- Holding the balance : national security, civil liberties, and the role of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal -- Contents fairness and national security -- The use of international law in the domestic courts of the United Kingdom -- 'We have it in our power to begin the world over again' : the contribution of Lauterpacht and Jackson to the post-War legal order
"Lord Rabinder Singh has been one of the leading lights in the recent development of the common law, most notably in the field of human rights and the law of privacy. Here, for the first time, he reflects on the defining themes of his career as advocate and judge. Combining his trademark originality of thought and impeccable scholarship, he selects previously published and unpublished writings to track the evolution of his approach to the common law. A substantial introduction gives context to the book, while opening introductions to each piece reflect on their relevance to contemporary legal thought. The essays explore themes as diverse as judicial review, equality, and privacy and personal autonomy. Insightful, erudite, and thought-provoking, this collection is a must read for all those interested in the law and its role in society"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Legal polycentricity
Law -- Philosophy
Jurisprudence
Judicial review
Equality before the law
Privacy, Right of
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