This trim volume is worth reading solely because of the insights it gives into some famous names.
Lawyers have had to learn new concepts regarding ‘capacity’. These two excellent guides should help.
This up-to-date edition is essential reading following a raft of regulatory changes over the past year.
This book is an ideal resource for corporate counsel who are beginning risk assessment exercises.
This well-told account of American lawyer Clarence Darrow’s life should be an inspiration.
The desk offers a chance to stretch the muscles and is a welcome addition to any office.
New ‘Ripperature’ from Guy Logan and Richard Whittington-Egan comes under the microscope.
A stylish trot through the committal proceedings, trials and appeals involving the doping gangs.
Some interesting characters pop up in this chronicle of the enclave with a capacity to seduce.
Now there is a single ‘must have’ handbook for extradition practitioners.
Social media is here to stay. This guide is good at explaining the issues and drawbacks when using it.
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.