This collection of essays was specially commissioned to mark Lord Goff of Chieveley's contribution to legal scholarship, not just from the bench, but also as a teacher of law and as the co-editor of the leading textbook on the Law of Restitution.
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Gareth Jones is Professor of Laws of England Emeritus in the University of Cambridge William Swadling is Fellow and Tutor in Law at Brasenose College, OxfordReview:
`... written in honour of Lord Goff of Chieveley ... this collection of essays is the highest complement that can be given to a principled jurist. This important collection should be acquired by all law libraries.' International Trade and Business Law Annual Vol VI, April 2001
`These essays are works of authority in their own right and they reflect the different approaches of jurists in their search for principle...There is much in this thought-provoking, both as regards the subject-matter of the esays in their own right but also as regards the wider question of th proper function of the jurist, a function which is clearly multifaceted, whether it is as codifier, critic or philosopher. It is a fitting tribute to Lord Goff and emphasises the importance of the judge and the jurist working together in the search for princple.' Graham Virgo Law Quarterly Reveiw October 2000
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