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  1. The Juryman's Tale by Trevor Grove

    The Juryman's Tale by Trevor Grove

    $11.84

    Every year a quarter of a million people are selected at random from the electoral register for jury service. They are given no training and are forbidden to discuss their verdicts after the trial. This book reveals about what it's like to serve on a jury. Learn More
  2. The Guide to the Professional Conduct of Solicitors: 1999 by Law Society

    The Guide to the Professional Conduct of Solicitors: 1999 by Law Society

    $11.84

    An indispensable tool for all practising solicitors, the guide has been developed to provide a comprehensive and user-friendly overview of all areas of conduct. It incorporates statutory sources, helpful practice information and guidance. Learn More
  3. The Idea of Law by Dennis Lloyd Lloyd of Hampstead

    The Idea of Law by Dennis Lloyd Lloyd of Hampstead

    $11.88

    Shows how law fits in with man's conception of his relation to his own society and to the world at large. The different chapters open up the areas of thought and action which are the law's concern - law and force, law and morals, law and justice, law and freedom, law, sovereignty and the state. Learn More
  4. Legal Skills by Emily Finch

    Legal Skills by Emily Finch

    $12.32

    Legal Skills encompasses all the academic and practical legal skills vital to a law degree in one manageable volume. It is an ideal text for the first-year law student and is also a valuable resource for those studying law at any level. Learn More
  5. Getting into Law by Justina Burnett

    Getting into Law by Justina Burnett

    $12.61

    The "Getting Into Course Guides" explain the complex procedures for getting into higher education. Written by acknowledged experts in a concise format, they give would-be students practical advice on how to secure a place on the course of their choice. Learn More
  6. Solicitors' Accounts: A Practical Guide: 2008-2009 by Dale Kay

    Solicitors' Accounts: A Practical Guide: 2008-2009 by Dale Kay

    $12.81

    Solicitors' Accounts provides comprehensive coverage of the areas of business and solicitors' accounts required by the Law Society. Using exercises and examples, students are taken through the principles of double-entry book-keeping and the methods involved in creating the final accounts of sole owners, partnerships, and companies. Learn More
  7. Chambers Directory of the Legal Profession: Student Edition: 2000 by Chambers and Partners
  8. Skills for Lawyers: 1997-98 by Ian Cross

    Skills for Lawyers: 1997-98 by Ian Cross

    $12.81

    One of a set of annually updated resource books for use on the Legal Practice Course, which combine statements on the law with practical comment, and provide advice, forms and precedents and chapter summaries. This volume covers legal research, written and oral skills. Learn More
  9. Accounts for Solicitors by L.C. King

    Accounts for Solicitors by L.C. King

    $12.81

    A practical introduction to the fundamentals of book keeping and accounts examining how they fit into the specific requirements of legal practice. Learn More
  10. Jurisprudence: Theory and Context by Professor Brian H. Bix

    Jurisprudence: Theory and Context by Professor Brian H. Bix

    $12.89

    Aimed at students new to the study of jurisprudence, this title's intention is to explain the often complex and difficult ideas in legal philosophy as clearly as possible, without over-simplifying them to the point of distortion. The book has been extensively revised for the third edition. Learn More

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