25 October 2019

New Publications at Oxford University Press

New Publications at Oxford University Press

Dear all,

Please find below a list of recent and upcoming titles from Oxford University Press which are available for review in journals, blogs, and websites. Also included are links to their pages on the OUP website, where you can learn more about what they contain.

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New Law titles available for review:

Commercial Law

Legal, Regulatory, and Monetary Perspectives
First Edition
Edited by Chris Brummer

A Guide to the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration
Roman Khodykin and Carol Mulcahy
Consultant Editor Nicholas Fletcher QC

International Copyright
Principles, Law, and Practice
Paul Goldstein and P. Bernt Hugenholtz

Constitutional and Comparative Law/ National Legal Systems

The Law, Politics, and Limits of Section 4 of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Brian C. Kalt

The Wisconsin State Constitution
Second Edition
Steve Miller and Jack Stark

EU Law

The EU Citizenship Directive: A Commentary
Second Edition
Elspeth Guild, Steve Peers, and Jonathan Tomkin

Law and Society/ Legal History/ Jurisprudence

Between Truth and Power
The Legal Constructions of Informational Capitalism
Julie E. Cohen

A History of American Law
Fourth Edition
Lawrence M. Friedman

International Law

The Battle for International Law
South-North Perspectives on the Decolonization Era
Edited by Jochen von Bernstorff and Philipp Dann

The Rise of China and International Law
Taking Chinese Exceptionalism Seriously
Congyan Cai

How International Law Works in Times of Crisis
Edited by George Ulrich and Ineta Ziemele

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