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Paula Giliker on Tort Law Developments in 2014

No comments, posted on July 16, 2014

Paula Giliker, author of the Sweet & Maxwell textbook Tort, has written an article for the Law Student all about the key tort law developments thus far in 2014: “Tort law remains a particularly dynamic area of private law and continues […]

Criminal Law Fundamentals Self-Test Questions

Criminal Law Fundamentals: Self-test Questions

No comments, posted on November 13, 2013

Natalie Wortley and Christina McAlhone have written some new Self-test questions for each chapter of Criminal Law: The Fundamentals to read alongside the book. Click here to download the Criminal Law Fundamentals Self-test questions now. Criminal Law Fundamentals is available from […]

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Nutshells

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Nutshell topic guide: The Court Structure (English Legal System)

No comments, posted on April 7, 2014

To help you during the revision period, we’ve asked you what your toughest topic is for a number of law subjects – and, like last year, we’re now giving guides to these topics away for free! We’ll be releasing the guides […]

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Roundups

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Paula Giliker on Tort Law Developments in 2014

No comments, posted on July 16, 2014

Paula Giliker, author of the Sweet & Maxwell textbook Tort, has written an article for the Law Student all about the key tort law developments thus far in 2014: “Tort law remains a particularly dynamic area of private law and continues […]

read more >>