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This book brings together essays on themes of human rights and legal history, reflecting the long and distinguished career of Brian Simpson as an academic writer and a human rights activist. The collection opens with a biography of Simpson's academic life, noting his major contribution to legal thought, and closes with an account of his career in the United States.
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Katherine O'Donovan is Professor of Law at the Faculty of Laws at Queen Mary College, University of London
Gerry Rubin is Professor of Law atThe School of Law, University of Kent
"This book contains an exceptional collection of essays on eclectic subjects in legal history and human rights law by some of the more prominent scholars in those fields."-- Law and History Review
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