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eBook The Wrongs of Tort (Law and Social Theory) epub
  • ISBN: 0745312934
  • Author: Wade Mansell,Joanne Conaghan
  • Genre: Law
  • Subcategory: Business
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pluto Press; 2 edition (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • ePUB size: 1119 kb
  • FB2 size 1256 kb
  • Formats mbr lit lrf mobi


Joanne Conaghan (Author), Wade Mansell (Author). Joanne Conaghan teaches in the Law School at the University of Kent at Canterbury. She has also taught in the United States and writes in the areas of tort, labour law and feminist legal studies.

Joanne Conaghan (Author), Wade Mansell (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0745312934. Series: Law and Social Theory. Paperback: 288 pages.

The Wrongs of Tort - Law & Social Theory (Paperback). Joanne Conaghan (author), Wade Mansell (author). This book challenges the assumption in law education that tort is 'objective', 'neutral' and 'apolitical', and reveals how it is imbued with politics

The Wrongs of Tort - Law & Social Theory (Paperback). This book challenges the assumption in law education that tort is 'objective', 'neutral' and 'apolitical', and reveals how it is imbued with politics. The authors argue that the system of tort is usually hidden from students and lawyers, and that this is unacceptable because the system is arbitrary, and its underlying ideology callous. This controversial book challenges the prevailing orthodoxy, and continues to shed light on the dusty annals of traditional tort doctrine.

1. The Wrongs of Tort Format: Paperback. Joanne Conaghan and Wade Mansell. Published by University of Chicago press

1. Published by University of Chicago press. ISBN 10: 0745312934 ISBN 13: 9780745312934.

Joanne Conaghan, Wade Mansell, Peter Fitzpatrick. Tort is almost always presented to students as apolitical; this book, however, is polemical. It provides a significant counterblast to those many and orthodox texts which take the so-called "common-sense" view of tort for granted.

The Wrongs of Tort book. The Wrongs of Tort (Law and Social Theory). 074530527X (ISBN13: 9780745305271).

Joanne Conaghan, Wade Mansell. Place of Publication. Paperback Books Joanne Fluke. Mystery Books Joanne Fluke. National Law: Professional. Wade Mansell also teaches at the University of Kent at Canterbury and has taught in New Zealand and in France. He writes on tort, international law, human rights and development. Country of Publication. This item doesn't belong on this page.

She is author of Law and Gender (2014) and co-author of The Wrongs of Tort (with Wade Mansell, 1993 & 1999). Joanne is currently working on two projects, one on rape law and theory and the other on tort and gender. You can follow Joanne on twitter: neconaghan. Joanne has been a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences since 2011. She is Chair of the REF2021 Law Subpanel and served as Deputy Chair in 2014. com/watch?v y1bawCpPr30.

Her most recent monograph is Law and Gender (OUP, 2014) and she is also co-author (with Wade Mansell) of the Wrong of Tort (1999).

University of Bristol, Law School, Faculty Member. Her most recent monograph is Law and Gender (OUP, 2014) and she is also co-author (with Wade Mansell) of the Wrong of Tort (1999).

Joanne Aconaghan, Wade Mansell. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The Wrongs of Tort (Law and Social Theory) from your list? The Wrongs of Tort (Law and Social Theory). by Joanne Conaghan, Joanne Aconaghan, Wade Mansell. Published May 1993 by LPC Group.

'Coherently brings together many of the arguments that the left has pressed against tort law' Cambridge Law Journal 'Its great strength lies in its uncompromising critique of the traditional textbook analyses of tort doctrine as a logical, neutral and inevitable development of peculiarly legal categories' Modern Law Review This new edition of The Wrongs of Tort has been thoroughly updated to take account of the many new developments since its original publication in 1993 - without losing any of the spirit or vigour of the original text. It challenges the assumption in law education that tort is 'objective', 'neutral' and 'apolitical', and reveals how it is imbued with politics. The authors argue that the system of tort is usually hidden from students and lawyers, and that this is unacceptable because the system is arbitrary, and its underlying ideology callous. This controversial book challenges the prevailing orthodoxy, and continues to shed light on the dusty annals of traditional tort doctrine.
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