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MAJOR PUBLICATIONS, TEACHING AND PRACTITIONER MATERIALS BY FACULTY (MID 2002-2003) Philip Allott. The Health of nations: society and law beyond the state. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002

Simon Deakin, Angus Johnston and Basil Markesinis. Tort law. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2003

Neil Andrews. English civil procedure. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003

Martin Dixon and Robert McCorquodale. Cases and materials on international law. 4th ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003

John Armour and Howard Bennett (eds). Vulnerable transaction in corporate insolvency. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2003

Martin Dixon. Principles of land law. 4th ed. London: Cavendish Publishing, 2002

Andrew Bainham, Martin Richards and Shelley Day Sclater (eds). Body lore and laws: essays on law and the human body. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2002

David Farrington and B C Welsh. Crime prevention effects of closed circuit television: a systematic review. London: Home Office, 2002 (Home Office Research Study; no. 252)

Andrew Bainham, Bridget Lindley and Martin Richards (eds). Children and their families: contact, rights and welfare. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2003

David Farrington and B C Welsh. Effects of improved street lighting on crime: a systematic review. London: Home Office, 2002 (Home Office Research Study; no. 251)

Andrew Bainham (ed). The International survey of family law 2003. Bristol: Family Law, 2003

David Farrington et al. Two intensive regimes for young offenders: a follow-up evaluation. London: Home Office, 2002 (Home Office Research Findings; no. 163)

John H Baker. The Oxford history of the laws of England: 1483-1558, Vol VI. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003 John Bell, Alan Dashwood and Angela Ward (eds). Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies: 2002, Vol 5. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2003 Elizabeth Burney and G Rose. Racially aggravated offences: how is the law working? London: Home Office, 2002 (Home Office Research Study; no. 244)

David Farrington and J W Coid (eds). Early prevention of adult antisocial behaviour. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003-10-17 David Farrington, R Loeber and P Petechuk. Child delinquency: early intervention and prevention. Washington D.C.: U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 2003

Malcolm Clarke. International carriage of goods by road: CMR. London: LLP, 2003

Richard Fentiman. Jurisdiction and enforcement of judgements in civil and commercial matters: ECJ judgements. London: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2003

James Crawford. Les Articles de la C.D.I. sur la responsabilité de l’ètat: introduction texte et commentaries. Paris: Edition Pedone, 2003

Christopher Forsyth and Steve Matenje. Manual of administrative law in Malawi: a guide to ministers and public servants. The Government of Malawi, 2002

James Crawford. International Law as an open system: selected essays London: Cameron May, 2002

Loraine Gelsthorpe and Nicky Padfield (eds). Exercising discretion: decision-making in the criminal justice system and beyond. Cullompton: Willan, 2003

James Crawford and Vaughan Lowe (eds). British Year Book of International Law: 2002, Vol 73. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003 William R Cornish. Cases and materials on intellectual property. 4th ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003 William R Cornish. Intellectual property: patents, copyright, trademarks and allied rights. 5th ed. London: Sweet & Maxwell, 2003 Jennifer Davis. Intellectual property law. 2nd ed. London: Butterworths, 2003 (Butterworths core text series)

Peter Glazebrook. Blackstone’s Statutes on criminal law 20032004. 13th ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003 Adrian Grounds and R Jamieson. No sense of an ending: the effects of long-term imprisonment amongst Republican prisoners and their families. Monaghan, Ireland: Seesyu Press, 2002 Kevin Gray and Susan Gray. Land law. 3rd ed. London: Butterworths, 2003 (Butterworths’ Core Text Series) Steve Hedley and Margaret Halliwell (eds). The Law of restitution. London: Butterworths, 2002. (Butterworths Common Law Series) LawLink – Faculty of Law Newsletter Page 15 issue 4 December 2003

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Faculty of Law LawLink: Issue 4, December 2003  

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Faculty of Law LawLink: Issue 4, December 2003  

The fourth issue of the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law newsletter LawLink.

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