Book review: Blood on the Page: A Murder, a Secret Trial, a Search for the Truth
Izzy Jaques and Andrew Kidd review two Inheritance Act claim guides.
Adrian Lower reviews the fifth edition of Millington and Sutherland Williams on The Proceeds of Crime.
Gazette sub-editor reviews solicitor Abigail Wekes-Lowe’s novel Corvid’s Lament
Joshua Pugsley reviews Russell Hewitson’s Residential Conveyancing Practice: a guide for support staff and paralegals, published by Law Society Publishing.
David Pickup reviews Environmental Law: a very short introduction by Elizabeth Fisher.
It has been a while since family lawyers had this kind of publication to hand. The one I remember was published so long ago that CD-ROMs, like the one accompanying this book, had probably not even been invented.
Aidan Shipman reviews Leslie P. Francis and John G. Francis’sPrivacy: What Everyone Needs to Know.
The 4th edition of Anthony Edwards and Roger Ede’s Criminal Defence ’should be a key text for all criminal defence firms.’
Jane Mann’s The Will is a legally accurate representation of a family dispute, according to Katharine Riley.
Adrian Lower reviews Katharine Fortin’s The Accountability of Armed Groups under Human Rights Law.
Justice For All and How to Achieve It: citizens, lawyers and the law in the age of human rights.