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The Coming Together of the Common Law and the Civil Law : Clifford Chance Millennium Lectures - BLOOMSBURY ACADEMIC

The Coming Together of the Common Law and the Civil Law

Clifford Chance Millennium Lectures

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Published: 1st April 2000
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What makes a great book? If the determining factors are the content, authorship and timing of publication then this collection of essays from some of Europe's most eminent judges and jurists satisfies all three criteria. Readers will here find the expanded versions of the speeches given at a one-day conference in London to mark, from a legal point of view, the beginning of the new millennium. In a thoughtful and predominantly comparative manner the distinguished speakers explore the cross fertilization of ideas that is taking place between the Common and Civil law system in such important topics as human rights, commercial law, and comparative methodology. The contributors include Lords Irvine, Bingham, Woolf, Steyn, and Goff, the President of the Court of the European Communities, Dr Iglesias, the President of the Court of Human Rights, Dr Wildhaber, the President of the German Constitutional Court, Professor Limbach, Justices Lenoir and Mirabelli, respectively of the French and Italian Constitutional Courts, the Professor Walter van Gerven, former Advocate General of the Court of the European Communities, Professor Klaus Hopt, co-Director of the Max-Planck Institute of Hamburg, Professor Christian von Bar, Director of the Institute of Comparative Law at the University of Osnabruck and the organiser of the conference, Professor Basil Markesinis, Director of the Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law. The book commences with a Foreword by Keith Clark, Senior Partner of the multinational law firm, Clifford Chance, who have sponsored the conference. This is a unique book about legal practice in the increasingly integrated world of tomorrow.

This slender but absorbing volume, edited by one of the worlds leading comparative lawyers, brings together a collection of papers presented by distinguished judges and academicsThis collection of essays, elegant and instructive, offers a rich harvest for all those who are interested in the way in which the development of a European ius commune may go hand in hand with the continuance of the legal cultures and traditions of the different European legal systems Roy Goode Uniform Law Review/Revue de Droit Uniforme June 2002

List of Contributorsp. vii
Introductionp. 1
The Influence of Europe on Public Law in the United Kingdomp. 11
A New Common Law for Europep. 27
Our Debt to Europe: Past, Present and Futurep. 37
A New Jus Commune Europaeum and the Importance of the Common Lawp. 67
Interpretation: Legal Texts and their Landscapep. 79
Managing the European Union: For Better or for Worse?p. 91
Common Principles of Corporate Governance in Europe?p. 105
The Additional Responsibilities of the Judiciary in the New Millenniump. 133
The Protection of Human Rights in Germanyp. 153
The Response of the French Constitutional Court to the Growing Importance of International Lawp. 163
Judicial Protection of the Citizen under European Lawp. 195
Some reflections on the First Year of Operation of the "New" European Court of Human Rightsp. 215
Preliminary Reflections on Fundamental Rights as the Basis of a Common European Lawp. 225
Coming Together--the Futurep. 239
Appendixp. 251
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ISBN: 9781841130682
ISBN-10: 1841130680
Series: Clifford Chance Lectures
Audience: BAC
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st April 2000
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.2 x 15.9  x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.48
Edition Number: 1