Evidence Concentrate is written and designed to help you succeed. Accurate and reliable, Concentrate guides help focus your revision and maximise your exam performance. Each guide includes revision tips, advice on how to achieve extra marks, and a thorough and focused breakdown of the key topics and cases.
Offering invaluable guidance on the key skills required on the LPC, Lawyers' Skills also features a number of tasks, examples and reflective exercises specifically designed to support students in developing, practising and refining the legal skills which are integral to the modern solicitors' practice.
The Successful Law Student: An Insider's Guide to Studying Law is the ultimate guide for all prospective and current law students. Packed full of insights, advice and perspectives from current and past law students, it is the only student guide to draw extensively on real-life examples and advice to help you make the most of your studies.
Provides an understanding of how to effectively conduct mediation. This book shows what mediation is, the rationale behind it and how it differs from litigation. It provides tips and case studies, setting out the do's and don'ts of mediation. It is aimed at mediators, and solicitors and barristers representing clients at mediation.
This essential Q&A study and revision guide contains a variety of model answers and plans to give you the confidence to tackle any essay or problem question, and give you the skills you need to excel in law exams and coursework assignments.
The Law Student's Dictionary provides an invaluable reference work for all law students. The terms have been chosen with the specific needs of the undergraduate student in mind, and the text includes substantial entries on core student topics, which help to explain and contextualise these key areas.
In every court and tribunal, advocates represent us all - Crown and defendant, landlord and tenant, rich and poor, honest and false alike. What are the duties to court and client? This book surveys the role of advocates at various stages of their work.
This best-selling dictionary contains over 4,700 clear and concise entries on all aspects of English law. Now in its eighth edition, it has been updated to reflect the very latest legislation. Authoritative and accessible, it is an invaluable guide to legal terminology for students, professionals, and anyone who needs legal terms clearly defined.
A critical examination of the major existing philosophical and constitutional theories on affirmative action in the United States. The book elaborates a theory that strongly defends the justice of affirmative action from the standpoint of both philosophy and constitutional law.
Acute, questioning, humane and passionately concerned for justice, Helena Kennedy is one of the most powerful voices in legal circles in Britain today. She argues that in the last twenty years we have seen a steady erosion of civil liberties, culminating today in extraordinary legislation, which undermines long established freedoms.
Fifty years on from its first publication, The Concept of Law is still the starting point for the study of legal philosophy and is widely heralded as a classic work of modern philosophy. This third edition features a new introduction by Leslie Green, looking at Hart's work from the perspective of modern jurisprudence.
Provides a clear guide to the main topics in a jurisprudence or legal theory course with the novice in mind. Looking at the emergence of 'Critical Legal Studies' and 'Feminist Jurisprudence', this book also provides summaries of the pertinent arguments within these topics, and of the views of leading theorists.
Incorporates topics like: Utilitarianism, Scandinavian realism, Feminism, Liberalism, the New Critics, and the Hart v Dworkin debate. This book also includes a separate chapter on Dworkin's Law's Empire.
Suitable for lawyers, students and those interested in the workings of the legal system, this book presents definitions of hundreds of key legal terms from abuse of process to youth court as well as providing biographical information on important legal thinkers, from John Locke and Thomas Hobbes to Max Weber and Ronald Dworkin.
Focusing on the processes involved in taking law exams, this book demonstrates how students can do justice to themselves by adopting the techniques employed by successful examinees. It identifies methods by which both essay and, more especially, problem questions can be approached.
This eight edition maintains the objective of previous editions, namely, the provision of a guide to the specialised vocabulary of English law, presented in a format intended to assist law students and others who are interested in the terminology of the theory and practice of law.
Letters to a Law Student relays all that a prospective law student needs to know before embarking on their studies. It provides a useful guide to those considering a law degree or conversion course and helps students prepare for what can be a daunting first year of study.