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    EU Criminal Law


    Mental Capacity, Dignity and the Power of International Human Rights

    Using illustrative case studies, Julia Duffy shows how the assumption that autonomy is the basis of philosophical and legal personhood fails to accommodate the human rights and healthcare needs of adults with cognitive disability. Instead, she develops a framework for understanding dignity as the key determiner of personhood for all.

    Capacity, Participation and Values in Comparative Legal Perspective

    With contributions from an international team of experts, this collection provides a much-needed international, comparative approach to mental capacity law.

    Fragile Rights: Disability, Public Policy, and Social Change

    Drawing on biographical interviews collected from individuals with either mobility or visual impairments in France, this book analyzes the reception of disability policies in the fields of education, employment, social rights and accessibility.

    Medicine, Ethics and the Law


    Derham on the Law of Set-Off

    This new edition of the leading authority on set-off brings the book fully up to date with the latest case law since the third edition was published in 2003. It provides an authoritative commentary on the principles governing the law of set-off and is an essential purchase for banking, finance, and insolvency lawyers world-wide.

    The Law of Unincorporated Associations

    Providing a clear and precise statement of the law concerning the formation, termination and financial management of unincorporated associations, this book gives practical advice for those advising and administrating them, addressing the problems which arise, with reference to relevant case law and common legal queries.

    Treatment of Contracts in Insolvency

    This book provides detailed analysis of the effect of insolvency on contractual obligations and relationships in the main commercially significant jurisdictions.