This excellent introduction to intellectual property is a cut above the typical student textbook.
The Profumo scandal has been so well picked over, a book that adds to our understanding is a surprise – but that is exactly what it does.
Martin Shaw and Robert Vaughn star in this re-telling of a courtroom classic.
This complex area is explained in a clear way.
This production of the story of African-American teenagers falsely accused of rape is bold and dynamic.
A very readable documentation of grizzly legal London in the 18th century. Are things better now?
These respected authors confirm what Westminster watchers have suspected for a while – that recent UK governments have been particularly prone to policy blunders.
This book looks at how to be attractive and therefore competitive to win and keep clients.
This book identifies the main issues that characterise the interaction between man-made law and divinely revealed law.
Two practitioners with wide-ranging experience in the IT industry have shared their combined know-how during these times of flux.
Head to London’s Outer Temple Chambers to see a one-night-only exhibition of artworks from brain injury survivors.
This little book looks at the development of study into this disorder, what it is and how to deal with sufferers.
The latest novel from national firm Weightmans partner Martin Edwards leads the reader through the twists and turns of two investigations.
Political party season may seem a strange time to celebrate British democracy, but Dan Jellinek is an optimist.
The book effectively combines detailed legal commentary with sound practical guidance.
The role that boilerplate clauses play in risk management is well illustrated throughout.
I wanted to hate what I thought might be a brash American book.
Every now and then a book is published for legal representatives that goes beyond a mere analysis of the law and technical guidance.
Having attended the book launch for this title at the grand Temple Church, I was curious as to how the authors would grapple with the difficult topic of Islam and English law.