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Law's Future(s): British Legal Developments in the 21st Century. Edited by David Hayton. Oxford/Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2000. Pp. xi, 452. ISBN 1 84113-100-8. GB£45.00, US$50.00.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2019

Jules Winterton*
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Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, London

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9 The list of contents is: British University Law Schools in the Twenty-first Century; Legal System and Procedure; Self-regulation and the Future of the Profession; Constitutional and Human Rights Law; Legislative Devolution and Legal Diversity: The Northern Ireland Dimension; 2001 – A Scots Lawyer's Odyssey; European Legal Studies: Then and Now; Community Competition Law: Notification and Individual Exemption – Goodbye to All That; The Conflict of Laws; Public Law; Environmental Law; Labour Law; Company Law; Socio-legal Studies; Commercial Law; Consumer Law Into the Next Millennium: A Serious Service Fault?; Criminal Law; Character Evidence and Criminal Procedure; Does Medical Law Have A Future?; Family Law's Fortunes; Unjust Enrichment; Land Law and Trusts.Google Scholar

10 The SPTL is in the process, in 2002, of changing its name to the Society of Legal Scholars.Google Scholar

11 Schepel, H. and Wesseling, R., The Legal Community: Judges, Lawyers, Officials and Clerks in the Writing of Europe, European Law Journal 3 (1997): 165, 183.Google Scholar

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