Finding the Law: A Handbook for Scots Lawyers
Recent years have seen a dramatic increase in the number and range of Scottish legal textbooks, journals and reports, adding to more than three centuries of materials. The arrival of electronic publishing, on the Internet and CD-ROM, has added a further dimension.Along with these developments has come a greater responsibility for everyone involved in the law - students, academics and practitioners - to obtain information which is authoritative, complete and up-to-date, as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.Finding the Law is a practical guide to the leading sources of Scots, English and European law and to the means of accessing them. Notable websites and useful telephone numbers are listed in appendices.Previosly a T & T Clarke publication.
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