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Law Reform Committee

Law Reform Committee

Law Reform Committee

Law Reform Committee

‘A Field for Private Members’: The Wolfenden Committee and Scottish Homosexual Law Reform, 1950–67

MARTIN, Andrew (1906 - 1985), Professor of International and Comparative Law, University of Southampton, 1963–77; Member: Law Commission, 1965–70; Law Reform Committee, since 1970

Pursuing Johns: Criminal Law Reform, Defending Character, and New York City's Committee of Fourteen, 1920–1930

SIEGHART, Paul (Henry Laurence Alexander) (1927 - 1988), law reformer, international arbitrator and consultant, writer and broadcaster; Chairman, Executive Committee, Justice (British Section of International Commission of Jurists), since 1978

Walker, James (1890 - 1972), one of the Senators of the College of Justice in Scotland since 1954; Chairman Law Reform Committee for Scotland, 1954–64; President of Scottish Universities Law Institute, 1960

Pursuing Johns: Criminal Law Reform, Defending Character, and New York City's Committee of Fourteen, 1920–1930. By Thomas C. Mackey (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2005. x plus 297 pp. $63.95 cloth, $9.95 CD-ROM)

THOMAS C. MACKEY. Pursuing Johns: Criminal Law Reform, Defending Character, and New York City's Committee of Fourteen, 1920–1930. (History of Crime and Criminal Justice.) Columbus: Ohio State University Press. 2005. Pp. x, 297. Cloth $63.95, CD $9.95

WADE, Emlyn Capel Stewart (1895 - 1978), Downing Professor of the Laws of England, Cambridge University, 1945–62, Professor Emeritus, since 1962; Fellow of Gonville and Caius College since 1931; Reader in Constitutional Law, Council of Legal Education, 1945–66; Member of the Law Reform Committee, 1962–63; Hinkley Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1962–63; Barrister-at-Law; Hon. Bencher, Inner Temple

 

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A body established by the Lord Chancellor to consider particular areas of law that may need reform.

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