The food is prepared with top-class ingredients and the minimum of fuss.
This has become a must-have for every property practitioner since 1992.
John Grisham’s latest may not fully reflect reality, but that is part of the joy of reading his fiction.
This is a book for practitioners as well as those who are studying law.
Legal biographies are sometimes tedious and worthy but this is a real treat.
Taylor Wessing’s Christopher Rees is impressed by a cosy Italian restaurant in the West End.
Important guide sheds light on the complex area of advising the elderly and on powers of attorney and deputyships.
A user-friendly and helpful guide to the company law regime for private companies.
An immensely moving account of a very gifted young man.
No area of law has been left untouched by the decisions of Lord Hoffmann. This book bears testament to his great mind.
More focus than an earlier title, even though the cover price is modest.
This book targets the core principles of advocacy from preparation through cross-examination to further reading.
This book aims to be a practical guide to how certain types of document can or must be executed.
This somewhat academic, but very accessible, book examines the historical context of Magna Carta.
The 2015 version meets the needs of a fast-developing area of law.
This formidable work is no mere student’s textbook.
Eric Hunter takes a look at how emerging technologies, particularly around big data and predictive analytics, are changing the business environment and our experience within it.