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  • Women in Disputes by Susanna Hoe
    Women in Disputes (Paperback) Susanna Hoe, Derek Roebuck

    From Homer to Jane Austen, storytellers have entertained their audiences with tales of women in disputes, as parties and peacemakers. This is our attempt to write their history, relying as far as possible on primary sources, documents which have survived by chance, never intended for our eyes by those who created and preserved them.

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  • Early English Arbitration by Derek Roebuck
    Early English Arbitration (Hardback) Derek Roebuck

    A first history of mediation and arbitration in England before the Common Law. This book shows how natural and widespread mediation and arbitration have been in England since history began. It includes an appendix which deals with the many unsettled questions of the languages of the period, British, Latin, Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman.

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  • Tasmania: Women, History, Books and Places by Susanna Hoe
    Tasmania: Women, History, Books and Places (Paperback) Susanna Hoe

    The first aboriginal woman to be named in exploration literature is Ouray-Ouray; the best known is Trukanini, erroneously called the last Tasmanian when she died in 1876. This book gathers together these strands, and that of a vibrant women's literature, linking them to place - an island of still unspoilt beauty and unique flora and fauna.

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  • Mediation and Arbitration in the Middle Ages: England 1154 to 1558 by Derek Roebuck
    Mediation and Arbitration in the Middle Ages: England 1154 to 1558 (Hardback) Derek Roebuck

    Tells the story of how disputes of all kinds were managed in England between AD 1154 and the first signs of the Common Law, and 1558 when a new period started in the development of the English legal system. This title also includes private papers like the "Paston Letters" to show how disputes were managed in practice.

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  • The Golden Age of Arbitration by Derek Roebuck
    The Golden Age of Arbitration
    Derek Roebuck

    Elizabeth I consciously and determinedly provided a Government mediation and arbitration scheme. A wealth of primary sources show that she had a special concern for women, the poor and anyone disadvantaged by the costs and delays of the law. Her Privy Council arranged arbitrations with no fees and with free legal aid for those who needed it.

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  • Arbitration and Mediation in Seventeenth-Century England by Derek Roebuck
    Arbitration and Mediation in Seventeenth-Century England (Hardback) Derek Roebuck

    Despite plague, fire, political upheaval and religious strife, in the 17th century English people used mediation and arbitration to help resolve their differences. As the century drew to its close, lawyers advised their clients to take advantage of the courts' offer to accept a claim and to refer it to arbitration.

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  • Madeira by Susanna Hoe
    Madeira (Paperback) Susanna Hoe

    The history of Madeira's women and the writing of women travellers about the island are less well known than they should be. This livret combines a flavour of all these elements for the visitor or armchair traveller.

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  • Ancient Greek Arbitration by Derek Roebuck
    Ancient Greek Arbitration (Hardback) Derek Roebuck

    Starting with the first substantial body of primary sources, the epics of Homer and Hesiod in the 7th century, and ending with the fall of Egypt to the Romans in 30BC, this volume describes the development of mediation, arbitration and other ways of resolving disputes, other than litigation.

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