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Great Debates in Gender and Law

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 244
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Great Debates in Law

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The first textbook to consider gender perspectives in relation to the whole undergraduate law curriculum in England and Wales. Gender is of central importance in every area of law and every area of people’s lives but is...

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The first textbook to consider gender perspectives in relation to the whole undergraduate law curriculum in England and Wales. Gender is of central importance in every area of law and every area of people’s lives but is rarely mentioned in the formal LLB syllabus; this book is designed to fill some of those gaps. Eighteen chapters, written by experts in the field, cover all the core modules on the English LLB together with 11 of the most popular options. 

Aimed at students and lecturers on undergraduate and postgraduate Gender and Law modules, the book will also be useful for all LLB and LLM students studying English law, who may use it to accompany their studies from their first to their final year, and also for prospective law students, legal scholars from outside England and Wales, and scholars in other disciplines.

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  • A unique text in a topical area
  • Written by first-class scholars and writers all truly committed to the subject and to undergraduate education
  • Highlights the significance of gender as a key tool and lens for thinking about issues
  • Useful for both Gender and Law courses and a wide range of modules on the LLB
  • The first book of its kind

Introduction; Rosemary Auchmuty, University of Reading
1. Contract Law; Mairead Enright, University of Birmingham
2. Tort Law; Erika Rackley, University of Birmingham and Kirsty Horsey, University of Kent.- 3. Public Law; Harriet Samuels, University of Westminster.- 4. Criminal Law; Caroline Derry, Open University
5. Land Law; Ambreena Manji, Cardiff University
6. Equity and Trusts; Nick Piska, University of Kent.- 7. EU Law; Alina Tryfonidou, University of Reading.- 8. International Law and Human Rights; Nora Honkala, City University.- 9. Family Law; Alison Diduck, University College London and Felicity Kaganas, Brunel University.- 10. Employment/Labour Law; Rachel Horton, University of Reading.- 11. Health Law, Medicine and Ethics; Marie Fox, University of Liverpool and Jaime Lindsey, University of Essex
12. Company Law and Corporate Governance; Sally Wheeler, Queen's University Belfast.- 13. Intellectual Property; Catherine Easton, University of Lancaster.- 14. Jurisprudence/Legal Theory; Joanne Conaghan, University of Bristol
15. Legal History; Rosemary Auchmuty, University of Reading
16. Law and Literature/Literary Jurisprudence; Melanie Williams, University of Exeter.- 17. Sexuality; Rosemary Auchmuty, University of Reading
18. Legal Professions; Lisa Webley, University of Westminster.
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The editor, Rosemary Auchmuty, is professor of law at the University of Reading. She has published widely on many areas of feminist legal studies including property law and legal history. For this book, she has gathered together a distinguished team of legal scholars from a range of institutions and backgrounds who are all experts in their substantive areas of law and on gender issues.

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The editor, Rosemary Auchmuty, is professor of law at the University of Reading. She has published widely on many areas of feminist legal studies including property law and legal history. For this book, she has gathered together a distinguished team of legal scholars from a range of institutions and backgrounds who are all experts in their substantive areas of law and on gender issues.

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