SUZANNA MOHAMED ISA
Environmental law in Malaysia/Suzanna Mohamed Isa – Bangi : Penerbitan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 2006
This book provide a basic guideline to the current legal mechanism on environmental law protection and conservation in Malaysia. The content begins with a historical perspective of Malaysian envoronmental protection followed by sources of environmental law and some basic environmental principles. Each of these chapters briefly discusses definition of the respective part of the environment as provided under the Malaysian law.
KN 94 M24
Understanding EU law/Erika Szyszczak, Adam Cygan – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008
The book has been designed particularly with the new law student in mind, providing a clear introduction and thorough understanding of the way the EU has developed and the current challenges it faces. The text covers the essential themes and issues and provides a broad perspective and general understanding of the legal principles.
Marine law/J. Thannapan - New Delhi : Anmol Publication, 2007
This book assesses the navigational regime established by the 1982 Convention, with emphasis given to the continuing importance of the freedom of the sea . Navigation in the territorial sea and international straits is reviewed, especially in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore and the Torres Strait. Archipelagic navigation from the perspective of two claimant states, Indonesia and the Philippines and a user state south Korea is also considered.
Guide to accidents at work/Nigel Tomkins, Michael Humphreys, Matthew Stockwell – Bristol : Jordans, 2008
Written by specialist personal injury lawyers with extensive experience of employer's liability cases, the this book is a practical and authoritative text which sets out the law and practice required to conduct such claims effectively. The work covers three distinct areas; it concerns the general principles applicable to all cases focussing on negligence, statutory duties, causation and remoteness with an emphasis on what these principles mean in practice.
TUNKU SOFIAH JEWA
The third world international law/Tunku Sofiah Jewa - Petaling Jaya : Pacifica Publications, 2007
This dissertation presents the reasons why the Third World views the development of the international legal system differently from those countries which comprise the industrial west. The dissertation begins with a discussion of the contributions made to the origin and development of international law by ancient non-christian, non-western civilizations. A challenge to the point of views of the Eurocentrics is also presented followed by a discussion of the white man burden and the novel concept of terra mullius.
VAN ALEBEEK, ROSANNE
The immunity of states and their officials in internationall criminal law and international human rights law/Rosanne Van Alebeek - New York : Oxford University Press, 2008
This book examines the tension between international immunity rules, international human rights law, and international criminal law. The progressive development of a normative system of international human rights law and international criminal law without the simultaneous development of international institutional enforcement mechanisms had brought the question of the role of national courts in the application of these norms to the fore and has made the question as to the relation between immunity rules and human rights and international criminal law an immediate one.
VASILE, ALBERT J.
Speak with confidence:a practical guide/Albert J. Vasile - Boston, MA : Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, 2008
This book gives readers the skills they need to communicate quickly, confidently, and effectively. Filled with engaging anecdotes, cartoons, and examples, “Speak with Confidence” is a practical and approachable public speaking text that both engages the reader in the material and also teaches them important speech lessons. Using a down-to-earth, conversational style that speaks to the reader and not at them, this text builds speechmaking confidence and offers all of the necessary skills for communicating effectively.
Jurisprudence: themes and concepts/Scott Veitch - New York : Cavendish Publishing Limited, 2007
Innovative in its approach to the study of jurisprudence, this book draws together a range of specialists, making original contributions, and provides a summary, analysis and critique of the basic themes in, and major contributions to, the study of jurisprudence. Taking an interdisciplinary angle, it explores the links between jurisprudence and contemporary issues in political and social theory, such as the changing role of the state, forms of dispute resolution and the courts as well as addressing topics that are usually left untouched, like globalization and legal culture. Avoiding the tendency to become overly inward-looking, it integrates jurisprudence more broadly into legal study.
Computer crimes and digital investigations/Ian Walden – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007
This text provides a comprehensive legal analysis of the substantive and procedural rules relating to computer crime, and offers a clear explanation of the relevant technical aspects of computer crime -- from types of attacks launched through to forensic techniques. The text places computer crime firmly in its international context, through comparative discussion of laws in other jurisdictions, international harmonization initiatives, and mechanisms for co-operation between law enforcement bodies in different jurisdictions.
A handbook for expert witnesses in Children Act cases/Nicholas Wall - Bristol [England] : Family Law, 2007
This handbook explains the way in which the courts hearing proceedings relating to children approach expert evidence. It aims to dispel misunderstandings and to help doctors and other professionals to an awareness and understanding of important legal developments which have been taking place. By these means the book aims to encourage more suitably qualified experts to take on this very important work. Mr Justice Wall brings together advice and comment on the role of the expert and the judge, the general duties of expert witnesses, preparing reports and giving evidence in child proceedings, to produce an essential guide for expert witnesses, judges and legal practitioners.