This book honors the influential and wide-ranging work of Professor Hugh Beale of Warwick University. The festschrift contains essays by 25 very distinguished authors, each of whom has worked with Professor Beale as a co-author and/or as a teaching colleague during his time as Law Commissioner of England and Wales, or as part of the study groups working in Europe on contract and commercial law. The essays reflect different aspects of Professor Beale's interests. Some concentrate on English contract law, either from a historical or a current perspective, while others are focused on aspects of European contract law. There are four essays looking at current issues relating to security and financing, and, as befits a former Law Commissioner, three essays on law reform. The contributions in the final section discuss trends in transnational and European commercial law. The book brings together the reflections of eminent writers from all over Europe on important issues facing contract and commercial law. [Subject: European Law, English Law, Contract Law, Commercial Law]
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Louise Gullifer is Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Oxford, and is Fellow and Tutor in Law at Harris Manchester College, Oxford. She is an associate member of 3 Verulam Buildings and a Bencher of Gray's Inn. Stefan Vogenauer is Linklaters Professor of Comparative Law at the University of Oxford, Director of the Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law, and a Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford.Review:
'Essays in Honour of Hugh Beale' brings together the reflections of eminent scholars on important issues facing contract, consumer and commercial law, reflecting perfectly the facets of the very distinguished scholar they celebrate (Alberto De Franceschi EuCML - Journal of European Consumer and Market Law)
...this is an excellent book. It is a fitting way to honour a popular man who has had such a positive and lasting impact on commercial and consumer law. (Laura Mcgregor The Edinburgh Law Review)
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