Foundations for the LPC 2007-2008

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Oxford University Press, 2007 - Law - 511 pages
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Foundations for the LPC offers an excellent base for students who need to understand the key principles of the core and pervasive topics on the Legal Practice Course. As well as offering complete coverage of foundation topics, it illustrates the importance of the professional conduct thatunderlies work in legal practice by including extracts from the Law Society's new draft Code of Conduct. The text includes worked examples and scenarios throughout to illustrate key points and aid understanding, and checkpoints and summaries to test comprehension of the core material. This guide isessential reading for all students and a useful reference source for practitioners.Online Resource CentreA test bank of multiple choice questions closely tied to the material included in the book offers lecturers an excellent tool for testing their students' knowledge of the topics covered.

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George Miles, Solicitor, sometime Associate Dean, Head of Professional Legal Studies at the University of the West of England Imogen Clout, Solicitor, formerly Lecturer in Legal Practice at the University of Sheffield Clare Firth, Solicitor, Senior Lecturer in Legal Practice at the University of Sheffield Pauline Laidlaw, Solicitor, Deputy Director of Legal Practice at the University of Sheffield Rachel Cutts, Solicitor, former Lecturer in Legal Practice at the University of Sheffield Zoe Ollerenshaw, Solicitor, Lecturer in Legal Practice at the University of Sheffield Paulene Denyer, Solicitor, Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England Elizabeth Smart, Solicitor, Director of Legal Practice at BPP Law School, Leeds

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