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.
At 250 pages, this guides us through procurement law logically and coherently.
I am put off by law reports but the annotations in these notes make them extremely useful.
A very timely book that looks set to become a key source of reference for all lawyers practising in private international law.
Complex issue are addressed in this excellent guide to laws concerning minority shareholders.
An essential guide to the special requirements for clinical negligence claims.
Important guide to achieving the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark.
Report of opinion survey looks at legal aid, court modernisation and law firm management.
Quirky tales, including the time Stuart Duncan cycled up Downing Street to collect champagne bottle signed by the PM.
This pioneering guide - now bolstered by a CD - continues to raise its game.
Expert authors give valuable insight in a pithy and wide-ranging guide.
This is an honest, frank and no-holds-barred account of the ‘Natwest Three Case’, told by one of the British bankers embroiled in the Enron scandal. This involved the collapse of the seventh-largest company in the US following an epidemic of fraud within the business.
A fascinating account of the brutal history of Anglo-Saxon justice