James Fawcett

(1751—1831) Church of England clergyman and university teacher

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Sir James E. S. Fawcett (1913—1991) lawyer and jurist

Fawcett, Sir James E. S. (1913–1991)

FAWCETT, William James (1848 - 1943), JP, DL

Fawcett, Sir James Edmund Sandford (1913-1991), lawyer and jurist

Fawcett, James (1751-1831), Church of England clergyman and university teacher

Declining Jurisdiction in Private International Law. Edited by James J. Fawcett. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995. lxi + 447 pp. £60

Intellectual Property and Private International Law. By James J. Fawcett and Paul Torrbmans. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998. liv + 760 pp. £85

FAWCETT, Jeremy James (born 1949), Professor of International Commercial Law, University of Nottingham, 1995–2013, now Emeritus

FAWCETT, James (Edmund Sandford) (1913 - 1991), QC 1985; President, European Commission of Human Rights, 1972–81 (Member, 1962–84)

International Sale of Goods in the Conflict of Laws. By James Fawcett, Jonathan Harrts and Micheal Bridge. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. 1,458 pp. £195

James J. Fawcett & Paul Torremans, Intellectual Property and Private International Law – Oxford Monographs in Private International Law, P.B. Carter QC (gen. ed.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1998, LIV and 760 pages, GBP 85, ISBN 0-19-826214-0.

FAWCETT, James William (born 1950), Chairman, Cambridge University Centre for Brain Repair, since 2001, and Merck Company Professor of Experimental Neurology, since 2002, University of Cambridge; Fellow, since 1986, and Director of Studies in Medicine, since 1999, King’s College, Cambridge

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