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BOOK REVIEWS

Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly

BOOK REVIEWS CHESHIRE, NORTH & FAWCETT: PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW (14th Edition). J J Fawcett, LLB, PhD, Solicitor, Professor of Law, University of Nottingham, and JM Carruthers, LLB, Dip LP, PhD, Solicitor, Reader in Conflict of Laws, University of Glasgow. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2008) cxliii and 1326 pp, plus 64 pp Index. Hardback £95; paperback £39.95. Twenty-first century editions of the most influential private international law texts have all begun with the same lamentation: that the foundations of English private international law have been substantially and irrevocably altered, mostly by European intervention, since the publication of the previous edition. The long-awaited 14th edition of what is now known as Cheshire, North & Fawcett, Private International Law is no different, and the changes wrought by the legislature in LLOYD’S MARITIME AND COMMERCIAL LAW QUARTERLY 266

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