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  • All roads lead to property: Pashukanis, Christie and the Theory of Restorative Justice 

    Koen, Raymond (North-West University, 2013)
    The name of Evgeny Pashukanis, the Bolshevik jurisprudent, is linked umbilically to the so-called commodity form theory of law. In his Law and Marxism Pashukanis develops a general theory of law which turns upon the ...
  • Cave pecuniam: Lawyers as launderers 

    Hamman, Abraham; Koen, Raymond (North-West University, 2012)
    In South Africa there is something almost sacrosanct about an attorney's trust account. It is the prescribed destination of all funds paid in trust by a client to an attorney. Clients tend to have complete confidence in ...
  • Law and justice at the dawn of the 21st century: Essays in honour of Lovell Derek Fernandez 

    Martin, Bernard; Koen, Raymond (University of the Western Cape, 2016)
    Essays in honour of Lovell Derek Fernandez, Lawyer, Linguist, Mensch
  • Pashukanis on crime and punishment 

    Koen, Raymond (University of Pretoria, 2013)
    Evgeny Pashukanis deservedly is famous as the author of the so-called commodity form theory of law. In his Law and Marxism he postulated that the form of legal relations held the key to the Marxist critique of law and ...
  • Pecunia non olet: dirty money as legal fees 

    Hamman, Abraham; Koen, Raymond (Bellville: University of the Western Cape, 2017)
    It is axiomatic that lawyers have to be paid for their services. Regrettably, lawyers who represent money launderers may be offered dirty money, that is, proceeds of crime as fee payments by their clients. This essay ...
  • Restorative justice as postmodern justice: exegesis and critique 

    Koen, Raymond (University of the Western Cape, 2016)
    This essay explores the relationship between postmodernism and RJ. Postmodernism quickly outgrew its non-legal origins and has extended its reach to incorporate matters legal. Already, it has established a significant presence ...