Catherine Brölmann, The Institutional Veil in Public International Law: International Organisations and the Law of Treaties
DIXON, Catherine Helen (born 1966), Chief Executive, Law Society of England and Wales, since 2015
Catherine Dauvergne, Making People Illegal: What Globalization Means for Migration and Law
Lyster's International Wildlife Law (2nd edn). By Michael Bowman, Peter Davies and Catherine Redgwell
LAW, Catherine Mary (born 1954), Professor of Public Health and Epidemiology, Institute of Child Health, University College London, since 2007
Integrating Gender: Women, Law and Politics in the European Union by Catherine Hoskyns. Verso, London, 1996, viii + 248 pp (incl. bibliography, index, and appendices)
Making People Illegal: What Globalisation Means for Migration Law. By Catherine Dauvergne, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. 232 pp. Σ45.00
Beyond the Carbon Economy: Energy Law in Transition. Edited by DONALD N. ZILLMAN, CATHERINE REDGWELL, YINKA O. OMOROGBE and LILA K. BARRERA-HERNANDEZ
WOOLF, (Catherine) Fiona (born 1948), Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna, since 1981; President, Law Society, 2006–07 (Vice President, 2005–06); Lord Mayor of London, 2013–14
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