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NCJ Number: 50088 Find in a Library
Title: CURRENT LEGAL PROBLEMS, 1977
Author(s): S GUEST
Corporate Author: Stevens and Sons
United Kingdom

University College London
Faculty of Laws
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 251
Sponsoring Agency: Stevens and Sons
London, England
University College London
London, WC1, England
Publication Number: V 300
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: AN ANTHOLOGY OF PAPERS DELIVERED AT PUBLIC LECTURES SPONSORED BY THE FACULTY OF LAWS OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON IS PRESENTED. THE AUTHORS ARE PROFESSORS AND PRACTITIONERS OF LAW.
Abstract: PAPER TOPICS CONSIDER THE STATUS OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR THE PROFESSIONS AND IN LAW. ONE PAPER DISCUSSES THE LEGAL EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON FROM 1826-1976. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INDUSTRIAL LAW WITHIN THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY ARE ADDRESSED, AS WELL AS POSTINDUSTRIAL ERA LAW IN THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS. DECLARTORY JUDGMENT IS REVIEWED AND LIMITS OF LAW IN URBAN PLANNING ARE CONSIDERED. OTHER PAPERS DISCUSS BUSINESS LAW, TRADE SECRETS AND THE EMPLOYEE, AND WITHDRAWAL CLAUSES IN TIME CHARTERPARTIES. TABLES OF CASES, STATUTES, AND STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS PRECEDE THE TEXTUAL MATTER. (DAG)
Index Term(s): Great Britain/United Kingdom; International law; Law degrees; Laws and Statutes; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR); Urban planning
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