OUP have recently re-issued, as print on demand titles, F A Mann's classic titles dealing with important aspects of public and private international law, particularly before domestic courts. These titles have not been available, and have been difficult to obtain, for many years.
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Oxford University Press is pleased to announce the reissue of three classic works by F.A. Mann, containing many of his most important contributions to public and private international law.
F. A. Mann is considered to be one of the finest British lawyers of the twentieth century, esteemed as an international jurist and as a practising solicitor. He combined a thriving and prestigious practice with a prolific output of writing and teaching, with much of his work centering on the inter-relationship of international and national law. The three books listed below are re-issued and now available for purchase from OUP - follow the links or visit www.oup.com for more information.
Studies in International Law
This collection, first published in 1973, brings together a selection of F. A. Mann’s essays covering a range of issues that are still relevant today, including the doctrine of jurisdiction, State responsibility, corporations and international law, and arbitration. More…
1973 | 772 pages | 978-0-19-825316-7 | £75.00
Further Studies in International Law
First published in 1990, this collection brings together seventeen of Mann’s essays. Topics include investment, arbitration, jurisdiction, and recognition of states. More…
1990 | 428 pages | 978-0-19-825247-4 | £60.00
Foreign Affairs in English Courts
This book describes and analyses the attitudes and techniques which English judges adopt - or ought to adopt - when confronted with problems arising from the conduct of foreign policy by the executive. More…
1986 | 220 pages | 978-0-19-825564-2 | £60.00