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 collection of articles related to the theme of parents’ capacity to change within the timescales needed by the child.
A fascinating account of the brutal history of Anglo-Saxon justice
An excellent book that delves deep into Samuel Johnson’s motivations for employing and helping the Jamaican.
A book - and accompanying CD-ROM - that makes practitioners rethink complaints procedure and in-house training.
A successor to an already-essential casebook became increasingly necessary.
The play torpedoes the crass but enduring stereotype that the legal profession is full of ‘fat cat’ lawyers.
Very much a standalone publication, this is easy to access, comprehensive and convenient.
What does the future hold for law firms? Will the robots take over?
Some books on alleged miscarriages of justice can be a little worthy and self-righteous. Not this.
A detailed overview of existing law and how the changes may affect the court’s handling of litigation
Remarkably, this deals with two complex professional disciplines in one go.
Some solid advice here but the book often oversimplifies the legal process.
An honest account of the remarkable stream of cases Stephen Jakobi and Fair Trials International have been involved in.