Tag Archives: Forthcoming

The Art of Law: Artistic Representations and Iconography of Law and Justice in Context, from the Middle Ages to the First World War (forthcoming from Springer Publishing)

Forthcoming from Springer: The Art of Law: Artistic Representations and Iconography of Law and Justice in Context, from the Middle Ages to the First World War (S. Huygebaert, G. Martyn, V. Paumen, E. Bousmar, and X. Rousseaux, eds., 2018) (Ius Gentium: … Continue reading

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Forthcoming from Routledge: Pierre Legendre: Lessons III: God in the Mirror: A Study of the Institution of Images (2018) @routledgebooks

Forthcoming: Pierre Legendre, Lessons III: God in the Mirror: A Study of the Institution of Images (Translated by P. G. Young (Routledge, 2018). Here from the publisher's website is a description of the book's contents. In the context of our … Continue reading

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Forthcoming law (and informed consent)

The Tenant Fees Bill has had its second reading. The current Bill and its progress are here. There is a lot to digest in the Bill and I suspect there will be amendments on route. There are a whole new range … Continue reading

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Forthcoming article on U.S. international tax law

I have on a couple of occasions mentioned here the tax article that I've been working on, when time permits, since late January.  Entitled The New Non-Territorial U.S. International Tax System, it discusses and evaluates three of the main new … Continue reading

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Forthcoming From DeGruyter: As You Law It: Negotiating Shakespeare, edited by Daniela Carpi and François Ost @degruyter_lit

Forthcoming from DeGruyter:As You Law It: Negotiating Shakespeare (Daniela Carpi and François Ost, eds., 2018) (Law and Literature; 15).Shakespeare was fascinated by law, which permeated Elizabethan everyday life. The general impression one derives from the analysis of many plays by … Continue reading

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