Readership: Students of politics, law, and british government, as well as general readers interested in the topic.
Martin Loughlin, Professor of Public Law, London School of Economics & Political Science
Martin Loughlin is Professor of Public Law at the London School of Economics. He previously held professorial appointments at the Universities of Glasgow and Manchester. His publications include Sword and Scales (2000), The Idea of Public Law (2003), and Foundations of Public Law (2010). He is a Fellow of the British Academy. In 2012-13, he is the Martin and Kathleen Crane Fellow in the Law and Public Affairs Program and Visiting Professor at Princeton University.
"Oxford has managed to get one of the most sophisticated British scholars of modern public law to produce a brief and readable account." - London Review of Books
1: What constitution?
2: Writing the constitution
3: Parliamentary government
4: The expansion and contraction of the English state
5: Civil liberty
6: Whiter the constitution?
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