The UGCat lists books and theses in the libraries.
Some selected books in Law in UGCat
The General Part of Criminal Law - Henrietta J. A N. Mensa-Bonsu
Call Number: KRX3800 .M52
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
A study on criminal law in two volumes, both accessible to the general reader and to professionals. Volume one covers the general theoretical part of criminal law. It defines and discusses the general nature of crime and criminal law, the scope and functions of criminal law, and the principle of legality. It similarly proposes definitions, theories, purposes and aims, and justification of punishment. The work covers criminal liability; the actus reus, the mens rea, and exceptions to these liabilities. A final section outlines causation theories, joint causation, contributory negligence and jurisdiction. The volume also includes articles on theoretical problems and extensive case notes.
Basic Jurisprudence and Legal Philosophy - Stephen Offei
Call Number: K231 .Of2
Publication Date: 2007-02-12
Adopting a highly practical approach, this book shows the reader how to research and write a dissertation, covering the various stages – planning, identifying key issues, utilising the appropriate research methods, time management issues, and managing one's supervision. This book covers legal dissertation level research, embracing both LL.B. (undergraduate) and the specific demands of LL.M. dissertations.
The International Law on Foreign Investment - M. Sornarajah
Call Number: K3830.4 So6
Publication Date: 2004-08-26
This new edition of Sornarajah's book, available for the first time in paperback, surveys the international law developed to protect foreign investment by multinational corporations. The area has always been one of controversy due to the different political and economic conflicts that exist in the field. The book assesses the role of multinational corporations in making foreign investments, and considers the ways in which misconduct on the part of such corporations in host states could be controlled. Sornarajah focuses on the protection of foreign investment and the problems associated with such protection. He explores treaty-based methods, and examines several bilateral and regional investment treaties. The failure to agree on a multilateral treaty system and the inability to incorporate a discipline on investment within the WTO are also considered. He takes account not only of the law, but also of the relevant literature in economics, political science and other associated disciplines.
Alternative Dispute Resolution - Albert Fiadjoe
Call Number: K2390.F44
Publication Date: 2004-10-29
This book highlights the tremendous shift in the traditional arrangements for the delivery of civil justice in the Commonwealth Caribbean, from litigation to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes. Over the last quarter of a century, much learning has taken place on the topic of ADR and the literature on the subject is now voluminous. This book puts forward the thesis that the peculiar experiences of the developing world ought to help reshape our traditional notions of ADR. Furthermore, the impact of globalisation on the developing world has brought with it special and peculiar challenges to our notions of civil and criminal justice which are not replicated elsewhere. This book will appeal to a wide readership. The legal profession, students of law and politics, social scientists, mediators, the police, state officers and the public at large will find its contents of interest.
Gower's Principles of Modern Company Law - P. L. Davies; Daniel D. Prentice; L. C. B. Gower
Call Number: KD207.D28
Publication Date: 1997-01-01
A comprehensive and analytical text covering company law in the UK, this sixth edition of the work has been updated to take into account current developments and legislation within the field.
Patenting of Pharmaceuticals and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa - Poku Adusei
Call Number: KQC391.M44 Ad 9
Publication Date: 2012-10-25
This book critically investigates the patent protection of medication in light of the threats posed by HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis epidemics to the citizens of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (hereinafter SSA or Africa). The book outlines the systemic problems associated with the prevailing globalized patent regime and the regime’s inability to promote access to life-saving medication at affordable prices in SSA. It argues that for pharmaceutical patents to retain their relevance in SSA countries, human development concepts must be integrated into global patent law- and policy-making. An integrative approach implies developing additional public health and human development exceptions/limitations to the exercise of patent rights with the goal of scaling up access to medication that can treat epidemics in SSA. By drawing on multiple perspectives of laws, institutions, practices, and politics, the book suggests that SSA countries adopt an evidence-based approach to implementing global patent standards in domestic jurisdictions. This evidence-based approach would include mechanisms like local need assessments and the use of empirical data to shape domestic patent law-making endeavors. The approach also implies revising patent rules and policies with a pro-poor and pro-health emphasis, so that medication will be more affordable and accessible to the citizens of SSA countries. It also suggests considering the opinions of individuals and pro-access institutions in enacting crucial pieces of health-related statutes in SSA countries. The approach in this book is sensitive to the public health needs of the citizens affected by epidemics and to the imperative of building local manufacturing facilities for pharmaceutical research and development in SSA.