Equity & Trusts is directed specifically at LLB and GDL students, providing them with all they need to understand the complexities of the English law of Equity and Trusts, while also providing them with insights into some of the debates which surround this area of the law.
Land Law aims to provide clarity and focus to guide students through complex rules and problems without glossing over the technicalities found in this fascinating area of the law. It provides frameworks to apply to land law problems and considers 'real world' issues in contemporary land law.
Criminal Law is a brand new text aimed at students studying on an LLB or GDL course.
Written in plain English, it provides students with a detailed understanding of the theoretical and substantive aspects of the law of crime, whilst maintaining a practice-based approach and aims to present the law as of March 2018.
This book provides a holistic overview of the English and Welsh system of criminal justice, from the earliest stages of investigation and arrest through to the punishment and release of offenders. Aimed at students, it will examine not only the law and procedure of criminal justice and punishment, but underpinning theories and surrounding issues.
This textbook is designed to meet the needs of students studying on the LLB, GDL or SQE by introducing them to succession law in a clear and succinct manner, whilst at the same time highlighting the many topics which are controversial and may be in need of reform.
European Union Law is written for students on LLB and GDL courses and aims to reflect developments in legal education. The book fully explores the core areas of European Union law, whilst setting them in a contextual and practical framework. Its writing style is accessible to all.
Equity & Trusts is directed specifically at LLB and GDL students, providing them with all they need to understand the complexities of the English law of equity and trusts in principle and in practice, while also providing them with insights into some of the debates that surround this area of the law.