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Journey: The Norman Manley Law School. Kingston: Norman Manley Law School, 2014 – a commemorative magazine providing a tangible and enduring memento of the 40th anniversary of the Norman Manley Law School. It presents the memories and reflections of each graduating class. The magazine captures the essence of the forty years, not only in words, but also in pictures.

Click cover to access sample flipbook of Journey. Journey is available from the Norman Manley Law School.

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Contact: Mrs Sandra Salmon
Assistant Registrar
Norman Manley Law School
P.O. Box 231,
Mona Campus
Kingston 7,
Jamaica W.I.
Tel: 876-927-1235
Fax:876-977-1012

E-mail: salmonsandralaw@gmail.com

 

 
 

West Indian Law Journal

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The West Indian Law Journal is published biannually by the Council of Legal Education at the Norman Manley Law School. The articles are written by eminent jurists and senior legal professionals, and capsulize information that is relevant, educational and instructive to the legal profession and those who have an interest in the law – legal practitioners, students and researchers. Its target groups are primarily the legal profession, law students and research workers.

A subject index and an index of contributors for the period 1977-2002 is available in Vol. 28 No.1.
For subscription rates and information contact:
The Editor or Editorial Assistant, West Indian Law Journal
Norman Manley Law School
Mona Campus, Kingston 7
Jamaica W.I.
Tel:876-927-1235
Fax:876-977-1012
e-mail: irene.clarke@uwimona.edu.jm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

IntroLawSuccession

An Introduction to the Law of Succession. Kingston, Jamaica:

Norman Manley Law School, 1994

Hay, Beresford

Many “areas of recent editions of students’ and practitioners’ textbooks, most of which are written and published in England, have become irrelevant to our West Indian/Caribbean territories because of changes in the law in England and in our several jurisdictions.”

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ProbatePracticeJamaica

Probate Practice in Jamaica. Kingston:

Norman Manley Law School, 2008

Hay, Beresford

This publication is based substantially on Part 68 of the Civil Procedure Rules, 2002 and is complementary to “An introduction to the Law of Succession”

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

SelectedHumanRightsJamaica

Vasciannie, Stephen International Law and Selected Human Rights in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Norman Manley Law School, 2002

This book “examines a subset of human rights issues that have assumed particular significance in the country. The right to life and freedom from cruel and inhuman punishment, safeguarded in some senses in the Jamaican Constitution, remain profoundly important not least because they are so often believed to be violated in practice. Similarly, the rights to health, work and education, though respected at the rhetorical level, and given support in governmental initiatives, arguably remain theoretical postulates for numerous Jamaicans.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ProbatePracticeJamaica

Probate Practice in Jamaica. Kingston:

Norman Manley Law School, 2008

Hay, Beresford

This publication is based substantially on Part 68 of the Civil Procedure Rules, 2002 and is complementary to “An introduction to the Law of Succession”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Writ. Kingston: Norman Manley Law School, Vol. 1, no. 1(Dec 2008)

Quarterly newsletter of the Norman Manley Law School – available from the “Download” menu on the home page of this website

The Writ is the quarterly newsletter of the Norman Manley Law School. It is available from the Download menu on the home page of this website.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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 Vasciannie, Stephen

Jamaica and the World : Aspects of International Law. Kingston, Jamaica : Norman Manley Law School, 2010. The 8th Michael Manley Lecture 2009.

In this Lecture, Professor Vasciannie “looked at three areas of international law and considered ways in which Michael Manley sought to use international law to bring about social and political change.” The areas of law considered were: “international law and the use of force; international investment law; and human rights law”