Stella Iuris

Celebrating 100 years of Teaching Law in Pietermaritzburg


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Hard Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702185472
  • Language(s): English
  • Extent: 388 Pages
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  • Category: Collected Essays

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This commemorative work marks the hundredth year in which law has been taught at the University in Pietermaritzburg. It details the history of the teaching of law in Pietermaritzburg, and gathers contributions from top academics connected in various ways with the Faculty in Pietermaritzburg. The book includes a diverse range of articles and 19 photographs.

  • Salad days - Christopher Forsyth
  • Speech at the dinner celebrating the 80th anniversary of the School of Law of the University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, held on 19 October 1990 - Ellison Kahn
  • The Law Faculty in Pietermaritzburg 1991 to 2010 - Michael Kidd & Shannon Hoctor
  • On the shoulders of father and son – academic leadership in the Law Faculty of the Natal University College (later University of Natal) in Pietermaritzburg: 1920 to 1982 - Jonathan Burchell
  • From Chirwa to Gcaba: An administrative lawyer’s view - Cora Hoexter
  • The exercise of administrative power in the era of human rights protection - Christopher Forsyth
  • Setting a bad example: The state’s compliance with environmental law in South Africa - Michael Kidd
  • A centenary offering: the double sale dilemma – time to be laid to rest? - David Carey Miller
  • Judicial control of unfair contract terms: the implications of the Consumer Protection Act - Robert Sharrock
  • The future of suretyship - JT Pretorius
  • Constitutional promises to the accused, arrested and detained: Fulfilled or failed? Pamela -Jane Schwikkard
  • One hundred years of adultery – re-assessment required? - Marita Carnelley
  • Administrative justice in South Africa: A snapshot survey of developments since 1994 - Clive Plasket
  • Regulating nanotechnology in South Africa - Michael Lupton
  • Shooting Bambi – Reflections on the Dalai Lama saga and the casualty of the rule of law - Max du Plessis
  • On the beach: The legal status of the sea and the sea-shore in light of the National Environmental Management: Integrated Coastal Management Act 24 of 2008 - Warren Freedman
  • A millennium overturned: The long history in England and South Africa of laws against hunting with dogs, and recent statutory changes in the province of KwaZulu-Natal - Ed Couzens & Andrew Blackmore
  • Impetus for rebellion? Self-determination and minority rights in South Africa - Vinodh Jaichand
  • Amnesia and criminal responsibility - Shannon Hoctor

  • Alumni and academics of the Pietermaritzburg Law School
  • Academics

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This commemorative work marks the hundredth year in which law has been taught at the University in Pietermaritzburg. It details the history of the teaching of law in Pietermaritzburg, and gathers contributions from top academics connected in various ways with the Faculty in Pietermaritzburg. The book includes a diverse range of articles and 19 photographs.

  • Salad days - Christopher Forsyth
  • Speech at the dinner celebrating the 80th anniversary of the School of Law of the University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, held on 19 October 1990 - Ellison Kahn
  • The Law Faculty in Pietermaritzburg 1991 to 2010 - Michael Kidd & Shannon Hoctor
  • On the shoulders of father and son – academic leadership in the Law Faculty of the Natal University College (later University of Natal) in Pietermaritzburg: 1920 to 1982 - Jonathan Burchell
  • From Chirwa to Gcaba: An administrative lawyer’s view - Cora Hoexter
  • The exercise of administrative power in the era of human rights protection - Christopher Forsyth
  • Setting a bad example: The state’s compliance with environmental law in South Africa - Michael Kidd
  • A centenary offering: the double sale dilemma – time to be laid to rest? - David Carey Miller
  • Judicial control of unfair contract terms: the implications of the Consumer Protection Act - Robert Sharrock
  • The future of suretyship - JT Pretorius
  • Constitutional promises to the accused, arrested and detained: Fulfilled or failed? Pamela -Jane Schwikkard
  • One hundred years of adultery – re-assessment required? - Marita Carnelley
  • Administrative justice in South Africa: A snapshot survey of developments since 1994 - Clive Plasket
  • Regulating nanotechnology in South Africa - Michael Lupton
  • Shooting Bambi – Reflections on the Dalai Lama saga and the casualty of the rule of law - Max du Plessis
  • On the beach: The legal status of the sea and the sea-shore in light of the National Environmental Management: Integrated Coastal Management Act 24 of 2008 - Warren Freedman
  • A millennium overturned: The long history in England and South Africa of laws against hunting with dogs, and recent statutory changes in the province of KwaZulu-Natal - Ed Couzens & Andrew Blackmore
  • Impetus for rebellion? Self-determination and minority rights in South Africa - Vinodh Jaichand
  • Amnesia and criminal responsibility - Shannon Hoctor

  • Alumni and academics of the Pietermaritzburg Law School
  • Academics

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