English Legal System
English Legal System is the best-selling text on this subject, providing a clear and engaging account of the structure and mechanisms of the law in England and Wales. The authors skilfully blend an accessible style with a broad analysis of the subject, making this the definitive introduction to the area and the first choice for students year after year. Annually revised and fully updated, English Legal System continues to keep on top of this constantly evolving subject."The book has several strengths welcome to students and lecturers alike: up-to-date, well-written and comprehensive. It provides clear exposition of the central themes whilst the delightful layout makes the information readily accessible." Dr. Jackson Maogoto, Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester :The book is highly accessible and easy to understand. It's use of pedagogy is excellent and the text's features significantly aid student comprehension. Lee Roach, Portsmouth University"I think that this book has a clear written style that is easy to read, is understandable and places the material at the right level for the students. This is a first year subject so presenting the student with the right depth of material is important." Tim Connor, Bradford University
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