Thebritishacademy.ac.uk

Law The British Academy

Law is the system of rules that govern society. The rules may range from those prohibiting certain forms of conduct (e.g. criminal law) through those which enable the achievement of social goals in particular ways (e.g. contracts) to those which give political authority to our institutions (e.g. constitutional law) or allow us to call government to account (e.g. judicial review).

Actived: 6 days ago

URL: https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/fellows/section/law/

Fellows of the British Academy The British Academy

(7 days ago) Law's role in facilitating and regulating business activity: integrating legal and economic analysis in the domestic and comparative study of company law, corporate governance, financial regulation and insolvency Professor Harry Arthurs FBA. Law Legal History Labour Law and Discrimination USA, Canada and/or Mexico

Category:  Usa,  Study,  Business Go Now

Stages of papal law The British Academy

(Just Now) Full text posted to Journal of the British Academy, volume 5, pp. 37-59.. Abstract: Papal law is known from the late 4th century (Siricius). There was demand for decretals and they were collected in private collections from the 5th century on. Charlemagne’s Admonitio generalis made papal legislation even better known and the Pseudo-Isidorian collections brought genuine decretals also to the

Category:  Laws Go Now

The Future of the Corporation: Law and AI The British

(1 days ago) The Future of the Corporation: Law and AI. In Conversation with Professor Richard Susskind and Professor Colin Mayer, 20 March 2018; co-hosted by the British Academy Future of the Corporation and the European Corporate Governance Institute at Hogan Lovells in Brussels.

Category:  Laws Go Now

Sarah Worthington: interview The British Academy

(1 days ago) Sarah Worthington on making sense of law in business. This article is published in British Academy Review No. 36 (December 2019).. The print version of this article can be downloaded as a PDF file.. Sarah Worthington, QC (Hon), is Downing Professor of the Laws of England at the University of Cambridge, and a sitting Deputy High Court Judge in the Chancery Division.

Category:  Laws,  Business,  University Go Now

03 Brownlie 1784

(3 days ago) Law: Essays in Honour of Ian Brownlie (Oxford, 1999), p. v. Ian Brownlie 1932–2010 I IAN BROWNLIE, KT, CBE, QC, DCL, FBA, who died at the age of 77 on 3 January 2010, was born in Bootle, Liverpool on 19 September 1932. The son of an employee of the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance

Category:  Laws Go Now

What is politics

(8 days ago) The idea is that politics is a process of manoeuvring to assert rival interests. Of course, this notion of competition over interests or power is very relevant to politics with a capital ‘P’, or party politics. Indeed, we might start by defining politics as a process of competitive claims-making by rival parties, with the aim of mobilising

Category:  Laws Go Now

What is sociology

(9 days ago) Sociology is an empirical discipline with a range of theoretical traditions and an ambition to understand systematically the nature and consequences of social relations. Evidence collected in many different ways, including observation, interviews, surveys and documents, is used to critically evaluate common sense understandings of the causes

Category:  Laws Go Now

Maccabaean Lectures in Jurisprudence The British Academy

(4 days ago) The relationship between morality and law is a foundational issue in jurisprudence and has been a recurrent theme of the Maccabaean Lectures. In a normative sense, morality is contrasted with immorality, while in a descriptive sense morality can be distinguished from social practices such as etiquette, custom and law.

Category:  Laws Go Now

Human rights and the UK constitution The British Academy

(2 days ago) Human rights law has been the subject of considerable controversy in the UK over the last few years. For example the 2011 ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) that the UK government should end its blanket ban on prisoners voting, once again raised the thorny issue of the UK’s relationship with the European Court and whether the UK should have its own Bill of Rights.

Category:  Uk Go Now

Parliament. Finally, the report explores how proposals for

(Just Now) sovereign law-making authority of Parliament. 7. Several different layers of rights protection currently exist in British law. The common law requires that public authorities must have a clear legal basis for their actions, respect the requirements of fair procedure, and act in …

Category:  Laws Go Now

Northern Ireland and a Bill of Rights for the United Kingdom

(6 days ago) Human Rights Law, and the Master’s in International Human Rights Law at Oxford University. He is on the editorial boards of Human Rights Law Review, European Human Rights Law Review and Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly and is the Series Editor of Human Rights Law in Perspective.

Category:  University Go Now

Maitland and Anglo-Norman Law

(2 days ago) system of personal law developed in Norman England.l’ Rather, devel- opments favoured a unified law for all the king’s subjects, a vital precondition for the later emergence of a common law. The need for unity was central to Maitland’s view of royal law and justice. The last Anglo-Saxon kings had been, in Maitland’s eyes, all

Category:  Laws Go Now

UK Human Rights Reform and International Law The British

(6 days ago) While UK law – which includes the common law – is compliant with many obligations arising under the treaties mentioned above, the ECHR is the only human rights treaty that has been expressly incorporated into UK law through the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA). The HRA makes reference to almost all ECHR rights binding on the UK and it requires

Category:  Uk Go Now

What is medieval studies

(6 days ago) Historical periodisation is somewhat arbitrary – like the boundaries of Ordnance Survey maps. The best period divisions are crude and obvious. So we can say that ‘medieval studies’ deals with the period between the end of Roman imperial authority in the West and the Protestant Reformation. Many continuities cut through these lines, but

Category:  Laws Go Now

GLANVILLE WILLIAMS Dona Haycraft

(1 days ago) criminal law, but it was the law of civil obligations, and particularly the law of torts—which governs the payment of compensation for injuries to person, property, business interests, and reputation—on which he cut his scholarly teeth, and established his formidable reputation.3 Torts lawyers long mourned his desertion of their subject.

Category:  Lawyer,  Business Go Now

Professor Philip Allott FBA The British Academy

(2 days ago) Philip Allott is Professor Emeritus of International Public Law at Cambridge University and a Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge. He was a Legal Adviser in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (1960-1973). Legal Adviser, British Military Government, Berlin (1965-68). Legal Counsellor, British Permanent Representation to the European Communities

Category:  University Go Now

What is social policy

(3 days ago) 4 Sep 2019. Social policy is a field of study rather than a discipline. It focuses on human need and what governments and other bodies can do to meet it. It developed as an academic practice in western countries after the Second World War, alongside the rise of the welfare state. The core areas of study were initially health services, personal

Category:  Study Go Now

Legal Reforms: Changing the Law in Germany in the Ancien

(3 days ago) Roman law, which they had learned at the law faculty of a university, even to legal sources of quite different origins. But if the sources-not to mention the contents-of the law were. heterogeneous in this way, the question arises what the concept of reforming the law was, who would be the competent person or body to change the law,?

Category:  University Go Now

The Rule of Law in International Affairs

(5 days ago) law on the conduct of states in relation to the use of force. In the present context of war in Iraq, the subject has a certain topicality. The possible influence of international law on the conduct of states is an aspect of a more general and very puzzling issue: what influence does any form of

Category:  Laws Go Now

The Law: an Engine for Trade

(1 days ago) work. In sales law for example, demand from consumers has tightened the legal duties imposed on sellers,24 and demand from business has necessi-278 Lord Irvine of Lairg 16 For the role of business in instigating the codification process, see Rodger, ‘The Codification of Commercial Law in Victorian Britain’ (1992) 108 LQR 570.

Category:  Business Go Now

Professor Mark Freedland FBA The British Academy

(3 days ago) Professor Mark Freedland FBA. European Union Law Public Law Labour Law and Discrimination. Elected 2002. Fellow type. UK Fellow. Year elected. 2002.

Category:  Uk Go Now

Professor Sir Roy Goode FBA The British Academy

(8 days ago) Professor Sir Roy Goode CBE QC FBA is Emeritus Professor of Law in the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of St John's College, Oxford. He was formerly the Crowther Professor of Credit and Commercial Law at Queen Mary, University of London, where he was the founder and first director of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies.

Category:  University Go Now

The impact of Moses Finley The British Academy

(7 days ago) Moses Finley (1912-1986). He was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 1971. A child prodigy who hit New York news headlines when he achieved his M.A. at Columbia University at the age of 17, Finley was initially trained in law and then subsequently through the 1930s, when he worked as a fact-checker for The Encyclopaedia of the Social

Category:  University Go Now

Climate Litigation as Climate Activism: What Works

(2 days ago) Kim Bouwer is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter. Joana Setzer is an Assistant Professorial Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science. A shorter version of this paper was prepared for and discussed at the New

Category:  University Go Now

Professor Louise Gullifer FBA The British Academy

(4 days ago) Professor Louise Gullifer QC (Hon) FBA is Rouse Ball Professor of English Law at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. She is an associate member of 3VB, where she practiced for a number of years, and a Bencher of Gray’s Inn. She teaches and writes extensively in all areas of commercial and

Category:  University Go Now

Professor Hugh Collins FBA The British Academy

(1 days ago) Current research interests include an assessment of the effect of fundamental rights on private law, the fundamental moral justifications for laws against indirect discrimination, the impact of the European Union on national private law systems, and the legal structure of the contract of employment.

Category:  Laws Go Now

Professor Paul Craig FBA The British Academy

(9 days ago) Paul Craig was educated at Worcester College, Oxford, where he subsequently became a Fellow and Tutor in law in 1976. He was appointed to a Readership in 1990, and then became an ad hominem Professor in 1996. He was appointed to an established chair in 1998, the Professorship in English law, which is held at St John's College Oxford.

Category:  Laws Go Now

Professor Peter Cane FBA The British Academy

(9 days ago) From 1978-1997 Peter Cane taught law at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. He was Research Professor of Law in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University from 1997-2007, and Distinguished Research Professor of Law in the ANU College of Law from 2007-2016.

Category:  Australia,  University Go Now

Professor Tim Whitmarsh FBA The British Academy

(2 days ago) Narrative and Identity in the Ancient Greek Novel Tim Whitmarsh - Published in 2011 by Cambridge University Press. A study of the Greek novels as a genre, this book argues that the romance (or novel) was the single most important literary expression of Greek identity in the Roman Empire.

Category:  Study,  University Go Now

Professor Simon Deakin FBA The British Academy

(1 days ago) My principal research interests are labour law, private law, company law, and the economics of law. My work on the evolution of the juridical concept of the contract of employment has sought to show that it is a core institution of the welfare state as well as the foundation of the type of labour market associated with a capitalist economy.

Category:  Laws Go Now

STROUD FRANCIS CHARLES MILSOM

(7 days ago) Stroud Francis Charles Milsom 1923–2016 Stroud FranciS charleS MilSoM, known since childhood as ‘Toby’, 1 was the pre-eminent historian of English law in the twentieth century. The penultimate male descendant of the Georgian Milsoms who gave their

Category:  Laws Go Now

Professor Sandra Fredman FBA The British Academy

(3 days ago) Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Great Britain 1st ed 1986, 2nd edn 1992 Reforming equal pay laws Industrial Law Review 2008 Redistribution and Recognition: reconciling inequalities South African Journal on Human Rights 2007

Category:  Laws Go Now

Maitland and Anglo-Saxon Law: Beyond Domesday Book

(Just Now) about Anglo-Saxon law in any later part of the book’.l’ This was a defect he was in a position to remedy, and so are we. He contrived to return to the pre-Conquest period in later sections of the History of English Law, as well as in part I1 of Domesday Book and Beyond, the

Category:  Laws Go Now

COERCIONANDCONSENTINNAZIGERMANY Coercionand …

(2 days ago) Law made ‘malicious gossip’ illegal, including spreading rumours about the regime or making derogatory remarks about its leaders. A whole system of regional Special Courts, crowned by the national People’s Court, the Volksgerichtshof, was created to implement these andother,similarlaws

Category:  Laws Go Now

The modern slavery regime: a critical evaluation

(8 days ago) 2010. Yet the UK law was a novel addition, not least because under Section 54, the MSA requires UK­based commercial organisations that supply goods or services and have an annual global turnover of more than £36 million to prepare an annual state­ ment on modern slavery and human trafficking. Within four years, the law has served

Category:  Uk Go Now

Professor John Finnis FBA The British Academy

(Just Now) Philosophy of Law: Collected Essays of John Finnis vol. 4 2011 Religion and Public Reasons: Collected Essays of John Finnis vol. 5 2011, pb 2013 Natural law and …

Category:  Laws Go Now

Professor Catherine Barnard FBA The British Academy

(6 days ago) Professor Catherine Barnard FBA. European Union law, especially the single market; Brexit and the UK-EU future relationship; employment law, especially equality law, and its …

Category:  Uk Go Now

Professor William Cornish FBA The British Academy

(4 days ago) University of Cambridge Professor of Law, then Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property Law Jan 1990 - London School of Economics and Political Science University of London Professor of English Law Jan 1970 - Jan 1990. Publications. Oxford History of the Laws of England Vols XI-XIII 2010 1st.

Category:  Laws,  University Go Now

Professor Dame Sarah Worthington FBA The British Academy

(6 days ago) Website. Sarah Worthington, QC (Hon), Barrister, is the Downing Professor of the Laws of England, a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and the Director of the Cambridge Private Law Centre, a centre she established jointly on her arrival in Cambridge. She has written several books and many articles, especially on equity, personal property law

Category:  Laws Go Now

Sir Peter North FBA The British Academy

(Just Now) Private International Law of Matrimonial Causes 1977. Occupiers' Liability 2014, 2nd ed. Civil Liability for Animals 2012. Cheshire, North and Fawcett private international law 8th-14th eds, 1970-2008. Cases and materials on private international law 1984.

Category:  Laws Go Now

Professor Anthony Guest FBA The British Academy

(2 days ago) Law Sir Peter North FBA. Law Professor Joseph Raz FBA. Legal Philosophy with Moral, Political and Legal Philosophy, and Philosophy of Action Sign up to our email newsletters Sign Up. The British Academy is the UK’s national academy for the humanities and social sciences. We mobilise these disciplines to understand the world and shape a

Category:  Uk Go Now