New Oxford Companion to Law - 
      Peter Cane
    
      Joanne Conaghan

New Oxford Companion to Law

Peter Cane (Redaktør) ; Joanne Conaghan (Redaktør)

«Cane and Conaghan succeed in providing readers with a much better understanding of law and the legal system...the Companion blends the basics to indulge the occasional curiosity with useful suggestions for further reading paths which will not let you put this book down...»

Phillip Taylor
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The most diverse and comprehensive single reference work on law
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Forlag: Oxford University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780199290543
Format: 25 x 18 cm
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«Cane and Conaghan succeed in providing readers with a much better understanding of law and the legal system...the Companion blends the basics to indulge the occasional curiosity with useful suggestions for further reading paths which will not let you put this book down...»

Phillip Taylor

«The New Companion will...function as Oxford Companions should: as an introduction for the intelligent layman who can reach for it from his own shelves. To these readers, the New Companion is warmly commended.»

Edinburgh Law Review Vol 13, 2009

«The book provides unrivalled encyclopaedic coverage of the fundamental major areas of law, from specific laws to crimes, cases, personalities, legal events, the role of law in national and international politics, and law's underlying philosophy...and all in one place!»

Phillip Taylor
Peter Cane has been Professor of Law in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University since 1997. For 20 years before that, he taught law at Corpus Christi College, Oxford.


Joanne Conaghan studied law at Oxford. She is currently a Professor of Law at the University of Kent at Canterbury, having previously taught at the Universities of Exeter in Devon and San Diego in California. Her areas of research include labour law, tort, and feminist legal theory, and she has published widely in all three fields. She has been Managing Editor of the international journal, Feminist Legal Studies, since 1998. She is a member of the Co-ordinating Committee of the International
Network on Transformative Employment and Labour Law (INTELL) and co-editor (with Michael Fischl and Karl Klare) of Labour Law in an Era of Globalization (OUP, 2002) and (with Kerry Rittich) of Labour Law, Work and Family (OUP, 2005).