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Model: LA0571
ISBN: 9789768167644
Authors: BERRY, D.
Publishers: IAN RANDLE
Price: $4,500.00JMD
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 30 July, 2014.
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Transitions in Caribbean Law: Law-Making, Constitutionalism and the Convergence of National and International Law traces Caribbean legal thought and its development across many areas of law. Issues of administrative, constitutional, corporate and commercial, international, and labour law are explored in the context of the analyses of the Privy Council, the transnational dimensions of law and within the purview of the intrusive role of international law in domestic law. Edited by David S. Berry and Tracy Robinson, Transitions in Caribbean Law is the first legal collection to truly critique the work of the Caribbean Court of Justice alongside that of the Privy Council. Through the examination of well known Caribbean cases, the contributors dispel the myth that Caribbean law is flawed and posit other legal reasoning that reconcile the foundation on which Caribbean Law is based with the unique needs and realities of the Caribbean. Contributors: Kamille Adair, Rose-Marie Antoine, David S. Berry, Arif Bulkan, Margaret Demerieux, Suzanne Goldson, Leighton M. Jackson, Tracy Robinson, Godfrey P. Smith, Eddy D. Ventose, Lesley A. Walcott