Lives of the Law collects the most important later writings of Tom Bingham, widely heralded as the greatest English judge of our time. Bingham brings his distinctive, engaging style to tell the story of the diverse lives of the law, its life in government, in business, and in human wrongdoing. With a vivid sense of history, and an unrivalled clarity of analysis, these papers bring to life some of the major issues in public life - from reforming theconstitution to the growth of human rights - for the lawyer and non-lawyer alike.Selected Essays and Speeches: 2000-2010 Tom Bingham. 1. Magna. Carta*. The. Great Charter, solemnly executed by King John and the barons on 15 June 1215 at Runnymede, in the meadows outside Windsor, is not a customer-friendly anbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2011-09-01|