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“The Cambridge Way”: Conversations with Emeritus Professor John Anthony “Tony” Jolowicz for the Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 December 2011

Abstract

Lesley Dingle, founder of the Eminent Scholars Archive, provides a further contribution based on interviews with Emeritus Professor John Anthony “Tony” Jolowicz, one of the great legal scholars at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Trinity College since 1952.

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References

Bibliography of Professor Jolowicz's works referred to in our conversations

Jolowicz, J. A. 1956. The right to indemnity between master and servant. Cambridge Law Journal, 14, 101111.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jolowicz, H. F. & Jolowicz, J. A. 1963. Lectures on Jurisprudence, University of London, Athlone Press, 391pp.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. & Ellis Lewis, T. 1963. Winfield on Tort. (7th Edit, 8th Edit 1967). London, Sweet & Maxwell, 819pp.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1968. Liability for accidents, Cambridge Law Journal, 26, 5064.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1970. Fact based classification of law. In: Jolowicz, J. A. (Edit.), The Divisions and Classifications of the Law. London, Butterworth, 19.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A.Ellis Lewis, T., & Harris, D. M. 1971. Winfield and Jolowicz on Tort. (9th Edit), LondonSweet & Maxwell, 692pp.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1975. The active role of the court in civil litigation. In: Cappelletti, M. & Jolowicz, J. A.Public Interest Parties and the active role of the Judge in Civil Litigation, Dott. A. Giuffrè Editore, Milan, 157304.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1978. New perspectives of a common law of Europe: some practical aspects and the case for applied comparative law. In: Cappelletti, M. (Edir.). New Perspectives for a Common Law of Europe, European University Institute, Sijthoff, Leyden, 237265.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1980. The judicial protection of fundamental rights under English Law. In: Willems, J. H. M, (Ed). The Cambridge-Tilburg Law Lectures, Second Series 1979, Kluwer, Deventer, 147.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1983. Dilemmas of civil litigation, Israel Law Review, 18, 161177.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1990. Product liability in the EEC. In: Clark, D. S. (Edit), Comparative and Private International Law. Essays in Honor of John Henry Merryman on his Seventieth Birthday. Berlin, Duncker & Humblot, 369391.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1994. Too many precedents. In: Scintillae Iuris, Studi in Memoria di Gino Goria, Part I, Dott, A.Giuffrè Editore, Milan, 281289.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1996. The Woolf Report and the adversary system. Civil Justice Quarterly, 15, 183.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 1999. England and Wales. In: Jolowicz, J. A. & van Rhee, C. H. (Edits), Recourse against Judgments in the European Union, The Hague, Kluwer Law International, 8398.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 2000. Group litigation, damages, and judicial control by civil courts. In: Andenas, M. & Fairgrieve, D. (Edits), Liber Amicorum in Honour of Lord Slynn of Hadley, Judicial Review in International Perspective, The Hague, Kluwer Law International, 481491.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 2000. On Civil Procedure. Cambridge University Press, 425pp.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 2004. Civil procedure in the common and civil law. In: Doeker-Mach, G. & Ziegert, K. A. (Edits), Law, Legal Culture and Politics in the Twenty First Century, Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 5578.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 2004. Comparative law in twentieth-century England. In: Beatson, J. & Zimmermann, R. (Edits), Jurists Uprooted. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 343365.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 2005. Substantive and procedural justice in civil litigation: a measure of the role of civil litigation. In: De tous horizons: Mélanges Xavier Blanc-Jouvan, Société de Législation Comparé, Paris.Google Scholar
Jolowicz, J. A. 2008. Civil litigation: what's it for? Cambridge Law Journal, 67, 508520.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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