Hard Choices: The Law's Struggle with Ethical Dilemmas

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In this series, Professor Thomas takes on hard-hitting, controversial questions which strike at the heart of the relationship between law, justice and society. With a focus on the law of England and the Commonwealth Caribbean, he tackles the hot-button issues of the death penalty, abortion, LGBT rights, wealth inequality, and race and disability in education and specifically whether law is the right instrument to be deployed in such difficult cases.

In this series