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Criminal justice: problems of punishment

Birkett of Ulverston, Norman Birkett Baron

Criminal justice: problems of punishment

the eigth Clarke Hall lecture delivered by the Rt. Hon. Mr. Justice Birkett in the New Hall of Lincoln"s Inn, May, 1948.

by Birkett of Ulverston, Norman Birkett Baron

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Published by Clarke Hall Fellowship in London .
Written in English


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SeriesClarke Hall lectures -- 8
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