19 Law Tchr. 1 (1985)

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       Journal of the Association of Law Teachers


CONTENTS


ARTICLES
noring Complexity: Law, Law Schools and
  the Public Interest


BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTES
Editor: Nigel Bastin


                         Max Weaver     3     Biggs: Matrimonial Proceedings (2nd ed.) 56
                                              Chapman & Ballard: Tolley's Company Law    60
Law, Law Staff and C.N.A.A. Business          Cretney: Principles of Family Law (4th ed.)  63
  Studies Degree Courses                      Davies & Freedland: Labour Law Text and
                          Nigel Bastin 12       Materials (2nd ed.)                  64
                                              Edwards: Understanding Dismissal Law       64
Past Acts and Subsequent Promises-A Case      Evans: The Data Protection Act         52
  for Redundancy                              Fabricius  (ed.):  Rechtsstellung des
                         A. H. Ganley  17       Arbeitnehmers                        62
                                              Fox: The Law of Special Educational Needs  55
Paperchase Revisited: The Huddersfield        Guest (ed.): Anson's Law of Contract
  Experiment                                    (26thed.)                            58
        Diana M. R. Tribe and Tony Tribe  24      Gutteridge & Megrah: The Law of Bankers'
                                                Commercial Credits (7th ed.)         61
                                              McFarlane: The Layman's Dictionary of
                                                English Law                          59
                                              Newell: Understanding Recruitment Law      64
                                              Partington: Law and the New Teacher        54
                                              Pearce: Adoption Practice & Procedures     56
                                              Prondzynski & McCarthy: Employment Law     63
 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS                          Rubin & Sugarman (eds.): Law, Economy &
 Editor: Graham Stephenson                      Society, 1750-1914                   62
                                              Scraton &  Gordon  (eds.): Causes for
 e A Baby [Family Law]                 44       Concern                              56
 navies v Sumner [Commercial Law]      39     Shears:''Level Law                     63
 He E.CCS./AKZO  (Commission  Interim         Sim & Pace: Sim & Scott's 'A' Level English
 Measure) [E.E.C. Law]                 41       Law (6th ed.)                        61
Greemans p.l.c. v. Flynn [Labour Law]      46      Simpson: Biographical Dictionary of the
Griffiths v. Griffiths [Family Law]    43       CommonLaw                            63
  v. Deputy Governor of Camphill Prison           Stein & Lewis (eds.): Studies in Justinian's
  (Administrative Law]                 38       Institutes                           57
  Gngs Ltd. v. Ellis [Commercial Law]  40     Wallington (ed.): Butterworths Employment
  Law Commission (Land Law]            49       Law Handbook (3rd ed.)               64



Editorial BoardC
General Editor: DAVID ROYALL, DeparMment of Legal Studies, Coventry (Lanchester) Polytechnic, Priory
  Street, Coventry CVI 5FB (Tel. 0203 24166)
Recent Developments Editor: GRAHAM STEPHENSON, School of Law, Lancashire Polytechnic, Robin
  House, Fylde Street, Preston PRI 7DP (Tel. 0772 221456
Book Reviews Editor. NICK JOHNSON, Department of Law, Politics & Economics, Oxford Polytechnic,
  Headington, Oxford RX3 OBP. (Tel. 0865 64777, Ext. 564).
  isiness Editor: MARIANNE GILES, St. Albans College, 29 Hatfield Road, St. Albans, Herts. ALl 3RJ
  (Tel. 0727 60423)

~he Board wishes to make it clear that opinions expressed in the Journal do not necessarily reflect the views or
  licy of the Committee of the Association of Law Teachers.

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