The Elgar Advanced Introduction to Privacy Law, the Elgar Advanced Introduction to Legal Research Methods, the Advanced Introduction to Law and Artificial Intelligence, and the Advanced Introduction to International Human Rights Law are now all available on the Elgar Advanced Introductions: Law platform, at www.advancedintros.com.
Advanced Introduction to Privacy Law
Presenting a concise, yet wide-ranging and contemporary overview of the field, this Advanced Introduction to Privacy Law focuses on how we arrived at our privacy laws, and how the law can deal with new and emerging challenges from digital technologies, social networks and public health crises. This illuminating and interdisciplinary book demonstrates how the history of privacy law has been one of constant adaptation to emerging challenges, illustrating the primacy of the right to privacy amidst a changing social and cultural landscape. The title is accessible for subscribing institutions here.
Advanced Introduction to Legal Research Methods
Written by Ernst Hirsch Ballin, this original Advanced Introduction uncovers the foundations of legal research methods, an area of legal scholarship distinctly lacking in standardisation. The author shows how such methods differ along critical, empirical, and fundamental lines, and how our understanding of these is crucial to overcoming crises and restoring trust in the law. Key topics include a consideration of law as a normative language and an examination of the common objects of legal research. The title is accessible for subscribing institutions here.
Advanced Introduction to Law and Artificial Intelligence
Woodrow Barfield and Ugo Pagallo present a succinct introduction to the legal issues related to the design and use of artificial intelligence (AI). Exploring human rights, constitutional law, data protection, criminal law, tort law, and intellectual property law, they consider the laws of a number of jurisdictions including the US, the European Union, Japan, and China, making reference to case law and statutes. The title is accessible for subscribing institutions here.
Advanced Introduction to International Human Rights Law
In this landmark text, Dinah Shelton offers an insightful overview of the current state of international human rights law: its norms, institutions and procedures, both global and regional. Providing an invaluable entry point to this complex area of the law, and an insightful reference for seasoned experts, the book will prove a useful resource for professors and practitioners of international law. It will also serve as a stimulating introductory text for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses on human rights. The title is accessible for subscribing institutions here.
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