A thought-provoking look at how modern weaponry is rewriting the laws of warfare.
A comprehensive guide updated to take account of legislative changes, which should help practitioners and judges.
This enduring guide to a ‘fast-changing area of law’ offers comprehensive and clearly laid-out tables of cases and appendices.
The book gets to grips with changes to law and practice, while being aware that it is no substitute for a lawyer or for legal advice.
Solicitor’s novel combines the tension of an action thriller with the insight of a lawyer.
Brain parts, a blown-up image of a fly and sketches of courtrooms feature in this exhibition on the history, science and art of forensic medicine.
While the busy practitioner is likely to use this book for reference, it provides much more.
Liberty Deller becomes a paralegal in her quest to uncover the truth about her solicitor father’s death.
This helpful book goes back to basics with a history of both types of power.
A broad, practical and invaluable guide that explains the full extent of directors’ rights and duties embodied in law.
A sensitive and authentic insight into the lives of those confined to immigration detention centres in the UK.
The 800-year-old document is not about democracy but the rule of law. Magna Carta Uncovered places it in a historical context.
A difficult topic dealt with clearly and concisely in a single volume.
With almost 4,500 academy schools, there is likely to be a significant market for this guide. Fortunately it is attractive and useful.
James James is recognisable as the single bloke in the office with a varied social life and passion for ending the day with a drink.
A surprisingly easy-to-read overview of the litigation funding landscape post-Jackson.
A stunning collection of photo-reportage from the 20th century’s key civil and human rights moments.
Far from a dry repeat of statute, the book goes beyond the usual family law remit.
Experience adds value to this welcome text, which is directed at practicalities.