E-BOOK: THE SEA-SEE PERSPECTIVE ON LAW
The authors of the book were driven by ‘the aim to present what is most important in the process of sharing knowledge and shaping the skills of discovering very diverse, complex and often controversial problems of the contemporary world’ -- taken from a review by Professor Zdzisław Brodecki. Short essays about well-known historical events and precedential court judgements, used by the authors as the basis for questions about contemporary interpretation and application of law, especially in the context of hard cases, are a modern method to share knowledge of law. The ‘SEA-SEE PERSPECTIVE ON LAW’ e-book remains faithful to the past, but also teaches young lawyers to wisely follow new paths.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Philosophy of Law: Hard Cases in the High Seas
Magdalena Glanc-Żabiełowicz Tomasz Widłak, Kamil Zeidler
Global ocean governance & The right of ocean to health for human resilience
Constitutional review in the countries of the Baltic Sea region
Directions of changes taking place in European public administration
Substantive criminal law: mental element in crime - what does it mean to be reckless?
Forcing to cool down: the liability of individuals and states for climate change
Insurance law: risk management to solve global problems like environmental disasters
Welcome to the Titanic: the global financial market!
Anna Jurkowska-Zeidler Damian Cyman Edward Juchniewicz
The e-book contains standard elements of communication, enhanced with a new, interactive medium and virtual world of the Internet. Academics in the Faculty of Law have created a new way to communicate with students: combining the features of traditional university books with advantages of Internet communication.
The project is financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange