Volume 33: Issue 6 - November 1970
The Courts and Criminal Punishments. By Sir John Vincent Barry. [New Zealand The Government Printer, Wellington, New Zealand.
The Formation and Annulment of Marriage. By Joseph Jackson, m.a., ll.b. (Cantab.), ll.m.(Lond.), of the Middle and Inner Temple, One of Her Majesty's Counsel, and of the South Eastern Circuit.
Trade Unions and the Law. By Alexander Szakats, dr.jur., dr.pol. (Budapest), ll.b. (n.z.)
The Law Relating to the Control of Competition, Restrictive Trade Practices and Monopolies in New Zealand. By John Collinge. Wellington: Sweet & Maxwell (N.Z.) Ltd.
Gilbart Lectures on Banking 1970. The Business of Banking (Practical Aspects of the Legal Definition). By F. R. Ryder, ll.b., f.i.b.
International Law. By D. W. Greig.
The United Nations in a Changing World. By J. A. C. Gutteridge, m.a. (Oxon).
Microstates and Micronesia. By Stanley de Smith.
Lawasia, being the Journal of the Law Association for Asia and the Western Pacific; Vol. I. No. 1. December 1969. The Cambrian Law Review, being the Journal of the Law Department of the University College of Wales.
Fundamental Problems of Socialist Civil Law. By Gyula Eorsi. Institute for Legal and Administrative Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Series in Foreign Languages, No. 6 Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó.
Yugoslav Civil Law: History, Family, Property. By A. G. Chloros.
Processo e Ideologie. By Mauro Cappelletti.
Scotland Yard. By Peter Laurie.
Crime and Information Theory. By M. A. P. Williams, Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford.
Page range: 705 - 720
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