Reviews

Judge drawing

BOOK REVIEW: The judiciary we deserve

9 October 2017By David Pickup

Being a Judge in the Modern World

Criminallaw

BOOK REVIEW: Beyond the basics

9 October 2017By Bartholomew Dalton

While this is an academic textbook rather than a practitioners’ guide, its depth of useful information should not be underestimated.

Crimescene

BOOK REVIEW: Mosaic of clues on crime

9 October 2017By Tom Garbett

‘No readable book could consider all… issues relevant to the scope of criminal law. This unreadable book does not do so either.’ I immediately warmed to Victor Tadros as I read his self-deprecating introduction, but the laughs swiftly come to an end on page two.

Successbook

BOOK REVIEW: Driving success in your law firm

9 October 2017By David Pickup

There must be an easy way for solicitors firms to be successful. But what is success anyway? Is it doing the work you want to do because it is important, or is it just about money? I imagine most of us would say professional success is just as important as ...

Reading old book

BOOK REVIEW: Life from the inside

2 October 2017By David Pickup

The Knife Went In: Real-life murders and our culture, Theodore Dalrymple

Edwardian bus

BOOK REVIEW: A battery of scams

29 September 2017By

A Most Deliberate Swindle, Mick Hamer

Care quality commission

BOOK REVIEW: Tackling elder abuse

11 September 2017By Jane Bennett

Financial Abuse of Older Clients: Law, Practice and Prevention

Student in library reading a book

BOOK REVIEW: Being Simon Haines

11 September 2017By Tony Roe

First steps for young professionals - and solicitor become author.

Nicklinson

BOOK REVIEW: Reverting to types

4 September 2017By Nicholas Goodman

The Ten Types of Human: a new understanding of who we are and who we can be, Dexter Dias

Wwi

BOOK REVIEW: On the home front

7 August 2017By David Pickup

Law and War: Magistrates in the Great War

Selfdefence cover

BOOK REVIEW: The case for the defence

7 August 2017By Adrian Lower

Human Rights and Personal Self-Defense in International Law

Kerry underwood landscape

BOOK REVIEW: Growing like Topsy

31 July 2017By Malcolm Johnson

Kerry… on Personal Injury Small Claims, Portals and Fixed Costs

Nazi defendants on trial in Nuremberg

BOOK REVIEW: Genocide through a legal prism

31 July 2017By David Pickup

Holocaust, Genocide, and the Law: A Quest for Justice in a Post-Holocaust World

Ritz

Restaurant review: The Ritz Restaurant, Piccadilly, London

24 July 2017By Christopher Rees

Puttin’ On the Ritz

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BOOK REVIEW: Jeremy Thorpe

24 July 2017By Anthony Edwards

A very English scandal.

Reading old book

BOOK REVIEW: AI in courts

24 July 2017By David Pickup

The Pinocchio Brief

Inland revenue

BOOK REVIEW: Tackling the tax dodgers

24 July 2017By Adrian Lower

Criminal Justice and Taxation

Comey

BOOK REVIEW: A state within a state?

24 July 2017By Tom Garbett

National Security and Double Government

Family law arbitration – practice and precedents (second edition) copy

BOOK REVIEW: Ready-made toolkit

17 July 2017By Tony Roe

Family Law Arbitration – Practice and Precedents (second edition)

Golf rough copy

BOOK REVIEW: Rough justice

17 July 2017By Anthony Edwards

Murder in the Fourth Round, Ian Simpson

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