Edinburgh : Butterworths : Law Society of Scotland, 1992.
Book — xiv, 182 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Covering topics as diverse as the enforcement overseas of decrees of Scottish courts, medico-legal matters, conspiracy and the interpretation of wills, this collection of essays commemorates the work and interests of Professor Emeritus Sir Thomas Smith QC, a former member of the Scottish Law Commission, teacher of law at the universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh, and motivating force and first General Editor of the Stair Memorial Encyclopedia. The essays have been contributed by some of those whose own interest in Scots law has been fostered or influenced by TB's writing and teaching, including: Professor Robert Black QC, Dr D.L. Carey Miller, Dr E.M. Clive, Professor J.M.J. Chorus, Dr R.D. Leslie, Professor W.W. McBryde, Dr R.A. McCall Smith, Dr D.W. Meyers, Professor E. Schanze, W.D.H. Sellar, Professor J.M. Thomson, D.B. Walters and Professor W.A. Wilson. (source: Nielsen Book Data)