The Graduate Diploma in Law is underway, and students have started making notes to help them achieve the elusive distinction. You may have already seen people consulting various guides and case books, during lectures and tutorials. A quick Google search…
“[D]on’t make a fool of yourself by getting drunk at chambers events”: some sage advice given to pupils by Adam Kramer and Ian Higgins in this highly readable new edition of ‘Bewigged and Bewildered? A Guide to Becoming a…
Alistair Henwood reviews The Articulate Advocate – a mooting book that focusses on ways to control nerves and improve your presentation, rather than the process of mooting itself.
Richard Lawne reviews Taking the Stand: My Life in the Law, Memoirs of a Radical Lawyer and The Justice Game, a book about the life of Alan Dershowitz.
Bethany Bradley reviews the up-to-date version of Know the City by Christopher Stokes, a book about finance and the financial markets.
Natalie Hearn reviews the tenth edition of Hilaire Barnett's Constitutional and Administrative Law textbook, which comes with a brand new interactive eTextbook to help you in your study of public law.
Liam Draper reviews the Beginning the Law series from Routledge Publishing.
Joseph Tomlinson reviews Aileen Kavanagh's Constitutional Review Under the UK Human Rights Act.
Liam Draper reviews Hazel Hartley's text book, Sport, Physical Recreation and the Law.
Jade-Amanda Laporte reviews Nicholas J. McBride's advice book, Letters to a Law Student.