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    David Kelly,Gary Slapper
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    Cavendish Pub Ltd; 2 edition (October 1, 2000)
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Gary Slapper is Global Professor, New York University, and Director of New York University, London.

Gary Slapper is Global Professor, New York University, and Director of New York University, London. He is also a Visiting Professor of Law at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and The Open University, UK. A Law columnist for The Times Online, and Door Tenant at 36 Bedford Row, Professor Slapper is also a legal consultant to BBC drama and documentaries.

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Gary Slapper and David Kelly continue their successful collaboration with the publication of English Law. Gary Slapper, LLB, LLM, PhD, PGCE (Law), is Professor of Law, and Director of the Centre for Law, at The Open University, and writes a legal column for The Times. David Kelly, BA, BA (Law), PhD, is Principal Lecturer in Law, and Director of the Centre for Critical Legal Studies, at Staffordshire University.

Gary Slapper, LLB, LLM, PhD, PGCE (HE), Director of the Law Programme, The Open University. Dr Slapper read law at University College London, and was a postgraduate student at the London School of Economics. He is UK representative of the International Bar Association's Academics' Forum. He has published widely in academic journals and is a regular columnist for The Times Law Section. David Kelly, BA, BA (Law), PhD, Principal Lecturer in Law at Staffordshire University. Dr Kelly read law at the University of Kent, has published widely and is Director of the Centre for Critical Legal.

The sources are annotated to set the materials in context and to explain their relevance and importance.

English Legal System (Sourcebook). The English Legal System: 2010-2011. Gary Slapper, David Kelly. David Kelly, Gary Slapper. Категория: Языкознание. 6 Mb. The English Legal System: 2009-2010.

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"Sourcebook on the English Legal System" is a key collection of primary legal sources, Committee and Commission reports, explanatory documents and articles. A variety of critical articles and commentaries complement and expand upon these materials. Since the first edition of this book in 1996, the English legal system has undergone major and comprehensive changes. As a result of these profound changes, this second edition has been thoroughly updated to include presentation and analysis of three landmark pieces of legislation: the Access to Justice Act 1999, the Civil Procedure Rules 1998, and the Human Rights Act 1998. Other changes abound: the Auld Committee has undertaken a root and branch review of the criminal justice system; the Crown Prosecution Service has been re-organised; the nature of judicial impartiality has been authoritatively defined; the role of the jury has been exposed to intense public and legal debate; liability of advocates for courtroom negligence has been established; the appeals system has been altered; alternative dispute resolution has become a major feature of British life; and European law has continued to widen and deepen its application. "The Sourcebook" guides the reader through these areas, as well as the more traditional elements of any course on the English legal system, with clarity and insight.