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

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Index
Abel-Smith, Brian14, 326
access to justice:
conditional fees 349
current position 341
high price of 340
international movement 328
law centre movement 327
Legal Action Group, contribution of 341-2
legal aid see legal aid
LSE, contribution of 324, 327, 337
poor, representation of 324-5
reform 354-6
research on 354-5
small claims 348-9
unmet need 326-7
administrative justice:
alternative dispute resolution as 328-35
decision-making 331
judicial values, imposition of 331
lay element in 333
legal services tradition, in 330
tribunals see tribunals 332
welfare adjudications 333
administrative law:
development of 282
LSE, teaching at 7-8
Africa: colonization:
customary law, introduction of 248
individual rights 248
legal culture in 247
modernist ideas, introduction of 249
alternative dispute resolution:
administrative justice as 328-35
court procedure, relation to 334
second-class, whether 353
themes of 329
types of 352-3
United States, in 328
welfare disputes, in 330
arbitration:
international disputes, of 217
London, in 128
Atkin, Lord63-4
Austin, John360-1
Australia:
common law rights incapable of destruction 292-3
Constitution:
assumptions underlying 285
common law, incorporation of 285
fundamental rights 283-6
representative government under 277
freedom of communication, implied 277-9, 284
autonomy:
judicial, balance of 321
respect for 173-4
Bentham, Jeremy360-2
Beveridge, William ( Lord) 5, 26, 63
Blanco White, T. A.117
breach of contract:
compensatory damages for 70
legal and moral significance 65
litigation, cost of 70
negotiation and settlement of disputes 85-6
self-help 71-2
Brooke, Rosalind326
Brownlie, Ian208
Canada: freedom of expression, implied 277-8
capital gains tax: introduction of 135
capital transfer tax:
estate duty, replacement of 133-4
operation of 134-5
replacement of 133
capitalism:
criminogenic, as 230
historical justification of 192
Cappelletti, Mauro328-9
Cassel, Sir Ernest114
Chorley, R. S. Theodore ( Lord) 2, 8, 10, 115-16, 121-3, 125, 127, 324
Citizen's Charter: rights for consumers, establishment of 74
Citizens' Advice Bureau: services provided by 343
civil procedure:
delay in 352
management of 350-2
Woolf Report 350-2
collective bargaining: common law, unlawful at 43-4
Collins, H.19
collision of discourses:
arenas of legal pluralism, arising in 173-4
different domains, in 172

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