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Betlem, Gerrit and Hondius, Ewoud (2001) European private law after Amsterdam. European Review of Private Law, 9, (1), 3-20.
Fionda, J. (2001) Youth and justice. In, Fionda, J. (ed.) Legal Concepts of Childhood. Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 77-98.
Gaskell, N.J.J (2001) Bills of lading, section 1.6. In, Yates, D. (ed.) Contracts for the Carriage of Goods. London, Lloyd's of London Press Ltd.
Halpin, Andrew (2001) The theoretical controversy concerning judicial review. Modern Law Review, 64, 500-511. (doi:10.1111/1468-2230.00335).
Hannigan, Brenda (2001) Annotated guide to the Companies Act , Butterworths, 1462pp.
Morgan, J., Genre, V. and Wilson, C. (2001) Measuring employment security in Europe using surveys of employers. Industrial Relations, 40, (1), 54-72. (doi:10.1111/0019-8676.00195).
Nwabueze, Remigius Nnamdi (2001) Historical and comparative contexts for the evolution of conflict of laws in Nigeria. ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law, 8, (1), 31-60.
Sparkes, P. (2001) Towards a structure for the law of landlord and tenant. In, Cooke, E. (ed.) Modern Studies in Property Law. Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 219-237.
Sparkes, Peter (2001) A new landlord and tenant, Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 972pp.
Staniland, Hilton (2001) Admiralty law. Annual Survey of South African Law, 779-788.
Steele, Jenny (2001) Participation and deliberation in environmental law: exploring a problem-solving approach. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 21, (3), 415-442. (doi:10.1093/ojls/21.3.415).
Tsimplis, M. (2001) Liability and compensation in international transport of hazardous wastes by sea: the 1999 protocol of the Basel Convention plus appendix "Basel Protocol on Liability and Compensation for Damage Resulting from Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal''. The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, 16, (2), 295-346. (doi:10.1163/15718080120493038).
Wilson, C. (2001) Domain names, global practice and procedure, London, UK, Sweet & Maxwell