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Mark Jones

BOOKS & BOOK CHAPTERS

Books (Edited)

Specific Contributions

  • Introduction (1-14) (with Lewis and Reffitt; mostly Jones).
  • Practical Wisdom and Vocation in Professional Formation: A Schematic Account (193-98).
  • Conclusion (213-15) (with Lewis and Reffitt; mostly Lewis).
  • Appendix A: Building Bridges and Discovering Commonality: The Story of Mercer University’s Professionalism and Vocation Across the Professions Project (217-26).
  • Appendix C: Focus Questions on Professionalism and Vocation in the Professions (233-36).
  • Appendix D: Case Study Exercise, Introduction (237-42).

“Conflict and Resolution in US-EC Trade Relations at the Opening of the Uruguay Round” (London, Rome, New York: Oceana Publications, 1989), co-editor with Seymour J. Rubin. Book containing edited transcripts and papers developed from presentations at the 1987 Colloquium described under III above. Some of these materials have also been published in the Commentaries section of "Law and Practice Under the GATT" (Kenneth R. Simmonds & Brian H.W. Hill, eds.) (London, Rome, New York: Oceana Publications, 1988).

Book Chapters and Other Book Contributions

  • “The Sound of Two Thymoi Clashing: Toward ‘Depunkification’” in “Struggles for Recognition: Nonviolent Movements for Individual and Group Recognition” (David T. Ritchie, ed.)(Rodopi’s Philosophy of Peace Series; forthcoming 2015).
  • Contributor to "Basic Documents of International Economic Law" (Stephen Zamora & Ronald A. Brand, eds.)(Commerce Clearing House, 1990). Responsible for section on the EEC Treaty, including preparation of substantial introduction and extensive bibliography (Volume Two, pp 1-44). Project of the ASIL International Economic Law Group. These materials have also been available on LEXIS in the INTLAW and INTRADE libraries, and on WESTLAW in the database IEL in an expanded version.

Book Reviews 

  • Arthurs, "Without the Law: Administrative Justice and Legal Pluralism in Nineteenth Century England," reviewed in XXXII American Journal of Legal History, 295-96 (1988).

In Progress

  • “Fundamental Perspectives on Law” (long term book project integrating materials on legal history, jurisprudence and comparative law within a narrative framework from ancient times until the present).
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