|LIST OF CONTRIBUTORSix|
|1. Distinction and Diversity: Law and the LSE|
Part I: Law and Economy |
|2. Laski's Law Behind the Law. 1906 to European Labour Law Lord Wedderburn25|
|3. The Sanctimony of Contract|
|4. Codifying Directors' Duties|
|5. Praising the Professors: Commercial Law and the LSE|
|6. Tax Law in and after the Wheatcroft Era|
Part II: Dimensions of Law |
|7. Altera pars Audiatur: Law in the Collision of Discourses|
|8. Legal Analysis as Institutional Imagination|
Roberto Mangabeira Unger177
|9. The Reformation in International Law|
Judge Rosalyn Higgins207
|10. Crime and Politics: Spot the Difference|
|11. Legality, Modernity and Ethnicity in Colonial South Africa:
An Excursion in the Historical Anthropology of Law|
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Book title: Law, Society, and Economy:Centenary Essays for the London School of Economics and Political Science, 1895-1995.
Contributors: Richard Rawlings - Editor.
Publisher: Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: vii.
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