66 Cambridge L.J. I (2007)

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THE
CAMBRIDGE

LAW

JOURNAL

March 2007
The Rule of Law
LORD BINGHAM
Legislating about the Monarchy
ROI)NEY BRAZIER
The Legal Provisions in the Act of Union
JOHN FORD
The Presumption of Innocence and Reverse Burdens:
A Balancing Act
DAVID HAMER

The Conceptual Structure of Restitution for Wrongs
CRAIG ROTHERHAM
SirJohn Withers MP: The Solicitor in Private Practice and
Public Life between the Wars
STEPHEN CRETNEY
For full contents see back cover
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
FOR THE FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

Volume 66

Part I

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