The Sovereignty of Law: The European Way
by Cambridge University Press
Publisher: Francis Geoffrey Jacobs 2007
Number of pages: 178
With the non-specialist in mind, and starting from the basic notion of the rule of law, this book explores how judges can and should balance the potentially conflicting interests of human life and human dignity; freedom of speech and the right of privacy; or free trade and the protection of the environment.
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