Books

18 June 2013
The best thing about this book is that it caters to such a wide audience. Whether you are student on the legal practice course...
18 June 2013
If anyone is qualified to talk about the future of legal services, it’s Richard Susskind. Writing on technology and its...
4 March 2013
In this book Oerton asks: "Is belief in free will an essential foundation for morality, or an excuse for unwarranted...
3 October 2012
 
28 September 2009
Type ‘contract law’ into Amazon. Go on, do it. There are 28,881 entries! It takes a brave author to decide to add...
28 September 2009
Many young English and Welsh lawyers start their legal studies reading Glanville Williams Learning the Law. Effective Legal...
1 June 2009
This book is pitched firmly at the undergraduate or GDL student. It is split into 15 chapters, each addressing a key component...
1 June 2009
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the factors which associates aspiring to be partners need to be aware of. Brand...
31 March 2009
Starting with hints for the initial application to obtain a training contract (in the first place) and concluding with post-...
31 March 2009
The English legal system is a subject typically studied by law undergraduates and GDL students as a foundation course,...
31 March 2009
Anthony Reeves is a legal executive specialising in debt recovery and general county court litigation. As such he operates at...
2 January 2009
Evidence is a subject with which both intending solicitors and barristers tend to struggle. All too often the student can...
2 January 2009
In this guide, the author outlines techniques and strategies for teasing out what the child thinks – with worked examples...
2 January 2009
When John Hetherington gave his new invention, the top hat, its public debut in 1797 it caused such a sensation that people...