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Title Cases that changed our lives / Ian McDougall, general editor ; with a team of specialist contributors ; [foreword by Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury].

Published London : LexisNexis, c2010.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description xxxviii, 254 p. ; 25 cm.
Notes Includes index.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. Public Law -- 1. Dr Bonham's Case -- Andrew Goddard QC and Marie-Therese Groarke -- 2. What breathes life into the US Constitution? Marbury v Madison -- Kenneth Thompson II -- 3. Associated Provincial Picture Houses Ltd v Wednesbury Corpn -- Jennifer James -- 4. The Factortame Litigation -- Dr Jo Hunt -- 5. An implied constitutional freedom of speech in Australia - The Hon Dr Kevin Lindgren QC -- 6. A right to resist? The Trial of Dr Sacheverell -- Dr Craig Rose -- 7. The evil that men do lives after them : Plessy v Ferguson -- Henry Horbaczewski -- 8. Native title in Australia: Mabo and Another v The State of Queensland and Another -- The Hon Dr Kevin Lindgren QC -- II. Land Law -- 9. Tulk v Moxhay -- Richard de Lacy QC -- 10. A promise is a promise: Central London Property Trust Ltd v High Trees House Ltd -- Robert Pearce QC -- III. Criminal Law -- 11. Legal insanity: the enduring legacy of Daniel M'Naghten's Case -- Jeremy Dein QC and Jo Sidhu -- 12. R v Dudley and Stephens -- David Perry QC -- 13. Red light spells danger: R v Morgan -- Gerard Forlin QC -- IV. Civil Law -- 14. The Snail in the bottle: Donoghue (or McAlister) v Stevenson -- Paul Reed QC and Philippa Harris -- 15. Legal celebrity or jurisprudential substance? Caparo Industries plc v Dickman and other -- John Randall QC -- 16. As if by a side-wind ... The Mareva/Freezing Order Jurisdiction in England: Mareva Compania Naviera SA v International Bulkcarriers SA The Mareva -- Paul Lowenstein QC -- 17. From catwalk to courtroom: public figure, private life: Naomi Campbell v MGN Limited -- Heather Rogers QC -- V. The Right to Life -- 18. How ... the deceased came by his death ... : R (on the application of Middleton) v West Somerset Coroner - Dr Karen Widdicombe -- 19. R (on the application of Purdy) v Director of Public Prosecutions How the Law Lords Made Way for a Compassionate Clarification of the Law on Assisting Suicide -- Lynne Townley -- VI. The State and Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century -- 20. A and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department: The Courts and counter-terrorism - asserting the rule of law? -- Alexander Horne -- 21. The day we sold the rule of law: R (on the application of Corner House Research and another) v Director of Serious Fraud Office (BAE Systems plc, interested party) -- John Cooper QC -- VII. Family Law -- 22. Is it that simple? Stack v Dowden and buying a house together. - His Honour Judge Stephen Wildblood QC -- 23. An ordinary tale of farming folk? White v White and its legacy -- Janet Bazley QC and Stephen Jarmain -- 24. Gillick and the dwindling right of parental authority -- Janet Bazley QC and Stephen Jarmain.
Summary All lawyers have an in-built need to revisit the great cases of the past. After all, that is the basis upon which common law is founded. A retrospective look at the people and circumstances behind the results of these great cases gives tremendous insight and understanding. This collection of essays examines key cases (both UK and international) that have changed or created the rules and procedures which govern our lives and which we abide by - cases which have changed our lives. It sets out the facts of each case and examines its impact, with emphasis on the human angle of the story.
Other author McDougall, Ian.
Subject Law -- England -- Cases.
Law -- Cases.
ISBN 9781405755887 (pbk.)
1405755881 (pbk.)
Standard Number 100547680