CAD at Work: Making the Most of Computer-aided Design

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Computers - 257 pages
In this book, which was based on the forty-fifth series of Hamlyn Lectures, the Lord Chancellor examines four aspects associated with the administration of justice in the United Kingdom, namely: The Judges, The Courts, Legal Services, and Alternative Dispute Resolution. The Administration of Justice provides a unique insight into the concerns and thinking of the holder of one of the most constitutionally delicate offices in the country. It will appeal not only to lawyers and students of law but also to anyone with an interest in the contemporary debate surrounding the future of the administration of justice in the United Kingdom. * Lord Mackay sets out his views on several controversial topics with discussion of the differing views and approaches

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