Law, Society, and Economy: Centenary Essays for the London School of Economics and Political Science, 1895-1995

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DAME MARY ARDEN is Judge of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division. In January 1996 she was appointed Chairman of the Law Commission for England and Wales. She is a member of the Financial Law Panel and the Law Society's Company Law Committee.
STANLEY COHEN is Professor of Sociology at the LSE; formerly Professor in the Institute of Criminology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem. His books include Folk Devils and Moral Panics ( 1972), Psychological Survival ( 1973), Visions of Social Control ( 1985), and Against Criminology ( 1988). Professor Cohen read for his Ph.D. at the LSE.
HUGH COLLINS is Professor of English Law at the LSE and currently Convenor of the Law Department. His publications include Marxism and the Law ( 1982), Justice in Dismissal ( 1992), and The Law of Contract ( 2nd edition, 1993).
JOHN COMAROFF is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Chicago, and a former Chair of the Department of Anthropology there. His recent works include Of Revelation and Revolution and Ethnography and the Historical Imagination (co-authored with Jean Comaroff), Modernity and its Malcontents (co-edited with Jean Comaroff), and Perspectives on Nationalism and War (co-edited with Paul Stern). Professor Comaroff received his Ph.D. at the LSE.
W. R. CORNISH is Professor of Intellectual Property Law, University of Cambridge; a Fellow of the British Academy; and formerly Professor of English Law at the LSE. His works include The Jury ( 1968), Encyclopaedia of UK and European Patent Law ( 1977) (with Blanco White and others), Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyright, Trade Marks and Allied Rights ( 3rd edition, 1996), and Law and Society in England 1750-1950 ( 1989) (with G. de N. Clark). Professor Cornish is a Governor and Honorary Fellow of the School.
ROSS CRANSTON is Professor of Commercial Law at the LSE. He is also in practice at the Bar and was academic consultant to Lord Woolf's Inquiry into Access to Justice. His publications include Legal Foundations of the Welfare State ( 1985), Law, Government and Public Policy ( 1987), Principles of Banking Law ( 1996) and Consumers and the Law ( 3rd edition, 1997).

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