Reviews

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BOOK REVIEWS: local authority guides

23 May 2016By Mea Fyfe

We review new editions of the Community Care Law and Local Authority Handbook and Local Authority Liability.

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BOOK REVIEW: A Passing Fury: Searching for Justice at the End of World War II

16 May 2016By Nicholas Goodman

Williams’ book - marking the 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials - offers an insightful account of Belsen in 1945.

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BOOK REVIEW: Three Cases That Shook the Law

16 May 2016By David Pickup

These tales of a lost time, when the judges and counsel were celebrities, are clear and well researched.

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BOOK REVIEW: Five Ideas to Fight For

9 May 2016By Roger Smith

A reminder of why law, human rights and civil liberties matter and how lawyers can play a vital role in their defence.

BOOK REVIEW: UK Competition Law

9 May 2016By Pat Treacy

Likely to be useful to both students and practitioners, although it misses concrete examples.

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RESTAURANT REVIEW: The Celeste, Hyde Park Corner, London SW1

2 May 2016By Christopher Rees

Manna from heaven.

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Lexcel Client Care Toolkit (3rd edition)

25 April 2016

The third edition of this toolkit has been comprehensively revised and updated.

BOOK REVIEW: IP guidance for the digital entrepreneur

25 April 2016

The gist of the dangers is amply demonstrated to any uninformed IP entrepreneur.

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TV REVIEW: Undercover

8 April 2016By Nicholas Goodman

This BBC drama featuring Sophie Okonedo as an emotionally invested barrister will grip you.

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BOOK REVIEW: The Law of EU Public Procurement (second edition)

4 April 2016By Andrew Millross

The book could have been more up-to-date in some respects but it does have its uses.

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BOOK REVIEW: Something is Rotten in Fettig

4 April 2016By Nicholas Goodman

Court exchanges in this satire with a bizarre cast are a delight.

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BOOK REVIEWS: SRA Handbook and SDT law

4 April 2016By David Pickup

The latest handbook is clear and concise, while the first book on the disciplinary tribunal is well-written.

BOOK REVIEW: Civil and Jewish Divorce: A Guide

4 April 2016By Sarah Anticoni

This 130-page guide addresses the plight of the ‘average ultra-orthodox Jewish client’.

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BOOK REVIEW: Lawyers and Mediators – the Brave New World of Services for Separating Families

21 March 2016By Mark Paulson

An acerbic stocktake of recent changes in public policy.

BOOK REVIEW: Lexcel People Management Toolkit

21 March 2016By Tony Roe

Even if you are not interested in obtaining the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark, guides like this are invaluable.

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BOOK REVIEW: Love Lose Live: Divorce is a Rollercoaster

14 March 2016By Caitlin Jenkins

The thinking, actions and reasoning of the family’s children are conveyed with some consideration.

BOOK REVIEW: Disciplinary and Regulatory Proceedings (eighth edition)

14 March 2016By Andrew Hopper QC

Unlike its predecessor, this edition has been designed with the practitioner in mind.

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BOOK REVIEW: Extradition Law: a practitioner’s guide (2nd edition)

7 March 2016By Benjamin Seifert

The most comprehensive and up-to-date guide to a tortuous area of law.

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