Commercial Law in the Next Millennium
by Royston Miles Goode
Publisher: Sweet and Maxwell 1998
Number of pages: 168
In this book, based on the 49th series of Hamlyn Lectures, Professor Roy Goode examines some of the key issues shaping commercial law as we move into a new century. His stimulating re-analysis of fundamental legal principles raises a series of critical questions about the future direction of the law.
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