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Justice

A Personal Account

Edwin Cameron

ISBN:

9780624063056

Epub ISBN:

9780624063063

Publisher:

Tafelberg

Date Released:

May 2014

Price (incl. VAT):

R 325.00

Format:

Soft cover, 328pp


About this book:

Constitutional Court Justice Edwin Cameron examines and defends the role of the law in South Africa's continuing transition. Drawing on his own life experience, including childhood hardship, struggles with sexuality and stigma, he illustrates the power and the limitations of the law. Cameron argues with compelling elegance that the Constitution offers South Africa its best chance for a just future. 'A remarkable integration of fascinating, often moving personal memoir, professional reminiscence and acute historical analysis of South African law, politics and society.' - Sir Sydney Kentridge, QC 'Shows with brilliant clarity how the life of a jurist informs his reading of the law. An inspirational, but never a self-indulgent, story of a remarkable South African life.' - Eusebius McKaiser

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