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    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...