This impressive guide is a summary of the issues that can give rise to claims against solicitors.
The authors are trailblazers, giving solid guidance on dealing with vexatious litigants in person.
In the electronic age, what does the future look like for legal research?
A valuable guide to the solicitor advising the individuals behind the illness.
A useful collection of materials, sorted by subject, but without commentary or explanation.
What a pleasure to shave minutes off the commute by manoeuvring through the City streets?
Decisions are easy to locate in the index, either by case or section.
David Howarth, the author, wants lawyers to be seen as practical professionals involved with design and function.
A guide that is very good on professional duties, but lacking slightly on illuminating skills needed in difficult situations.
This collection of essays will engage you in the debate over press regulation and free expression.
Personal Injury Practice: the guide to litigation in the county court and the High Court (sixth edition)
Nobody Comes: the true story of the rescue of a child from a Romanian orphanage
Generating personalised output is the point of the DIY format here, which aims to spawn ideas for progressing marketing efforts.
A sound introduction to the obligations of local authorities to vulnerable children and their families under the Children Act 1989.
Norman Poser, professor emeritus at Brooklyn Law School, tackles both the life and legacy of this 18th-century giant.
The CD-ROM that is included with the book means you can easily access templates.
It may well be expensive, but this report offers guidance on everything from blogging to YouTube.
Nicholas Clough’s latest is a compulsive page-turner, but is not without its flaws.