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Lives of the Law
Selected Essays and Speeches: 2000-2010av Tom Bingham459
Lives of the Law collects the most important later writings of Tom Bingham, heralded as the greatest English judge of the twentieth century. These papers tackle some of the major issues in contemporary public life - from reforming the constitution to the growth of human rights law - and brings them to life for the lawyer and general reader alike.
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Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, Legal Studies This monograph is an original insight into the doctrine of margin of appreciation. It will probably have some considerable impact on academic writing in the area of human rights adjudication.
The Commonwealth Lawyer, Vol. 21, No. 2 Few will dispute that Lord Bingham was one fo the most prolific and articulate members of the senior judiciary before his retirement and his untimely death just a few years ago. It is entirely fitting therefore that his extra-judicial writings should be brought together in collections such as this one, which reveal both his deep learning and his passion for the rule of law.
Geoffrey Robertson, NewStatesman The value of this publication is to provide a modern-day exposition of the best thinking behind recent constitutional changes.
<br>The late Tom Bingham occupied all of the senior judicial positions in the UK: the Master of the Rolls, from 1992-1996; the Lord Chief Justice, from 1996-2000; and the Senior Law Lord, from 2000 until his retirement in 2008. He is the author of The Business of Judging (OUP, 2000). A volume of essays in his honor, Tom Bingham and the Transformation of the Law was published by OUP in 2009.<br>
Foreword; I. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE RULE OF LAW; LOOKING BACKWARD; 1. Magna Carta; 2. The Alabama Claims and the International Rule of Law; 3. Dicey Revisited; 4. The Evolving Constitution; 5. The Old Order Changeth; LOOKING FORWARD; 6. A Written Constitution?; 7. The Future of the House of Lords; II. THE BUSINESS OF JUDGING; 8. The Judges: Active or Passive?; 9. Government and Judges: Friends or Enemies?; 10. The Highest Court in the Land; III. HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMAN WRONGS; 11. The Human Rights Act: The View from the Bench; 12. Personal Freedom and the Dilemma of Democracies; 13. Habeas Corpus; 14. 'The Law Favours Liberty': Slavery and the English Common Law; 15. I Beg Your Pardon; IV. THE COMMON LAW; 16. From Servant to Employee: A Study of the Common Law in Action; 17. A Duty of Care: The Uses of Tort; 18. The Law as the Handmaiden of Commerce; 19. A New Thing under the Sun?: The Interpretation of Contracts and the ICS Decision; 20. The Internationalization of the Common Law; V. LIVES OF THE LAW; 21. Dr Johnson and the Law; 22. Mr Bentham is Present