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  • by James Patterson

    Two brand-new legal thrillers in one book - from the author of Juror No. 3_____________________________A young lawyer takes on the judge who is destroying her hometown - and ends up behind bars... In picture-perfect Erva, Alabama, the most serious crimes are misdemeanors.

  • by The Secret Barrister
    £5.99 - 19.99

    The Secret Barrister returns to debunk the biggest legal lies of our time. Taking you from your own home to the halls of Westminster, this is the truth about justice in an age of fake law.

  • - Crossing the Lines that Divide Us
    by Nick Hayes

  • - Stories of the Law and How It's Broken
    by The Secret Barrister
    £5.99 - 14.49

    An anonymous barrister writes a darkly comic, provocative and moving first-hand account of life in the legal system and how it's failing us all

  • by The Institution of Engineering and Technology

    This Code of Practice provides a clear overview of EV charging equipment, as well as setting out the considerations needed prior to installation and the necessary physical and electrical installation requirements.

  • by Durham University) Bevan, Chris (Associate Professor in Property Law & Associate Professor in Property Law

    Academically rigorous yet welcoming and fully attuned to the needs of the student reader, Chris Bevan's Land Law represents a new breed of textbook, blending traditional and contemporary teaching approaches to guide readers to a confident understanding of the subject.

  • - How I Brought Down Russia's Secret Doping Empire
    by Grigory Rodchenkov
    £6.99 - 16.49

  • by Pierre-Marie Dupuy & Jorge E. Vinuales
    £25.49 - 35.99

    This textbook provides a concise, conceptually clear, and legally rigorous introduction to contemporary international environmental law and practice. Written in an accessible style, the book covers all the major multilateral environmental agreements, paying particular attention to their underlying structure, their main legal provisions, and their practical operation. The material is structured into four sections: (I) Foundations, (II) Substantive regulation, (III) Implementation, and (IV) International environmental law as a perspective. The presentation of the material blends policy and legal analysis and makes extensive reference to the relevant treaties, instruments and jurisprudence. All chapters include a detailed bibliography along with numerous figures to summarise the main components of the regulation. It covers emerging topics such as foreign investment and the environment, environmental migration, climate change and human rights, technology diffusion, and environmental security in post-conflict settings.

  • by Anne Roddell

    Property Law and Practice provides a detailed examination of the processes involved in freehold and leasehold property transactions, clearly addressing the issues that arise in both the residential and commercial fields.

  • - Facts and Figures
    by Karina, Ph.D. Reiss, MD Bhakdi & et al.

  • - How Business Can Save the World
    by Rebecca Henderson
    £4.99 - 20.49

  • by James Thornton & MARTIN GOODMAN
    £8.49 - 16.99

  • - A Survival Guide for an Endangered Planet
    by Douglas Abrams & Jane Goodall

  • by Michael Shaw

  • by Kier Bamford

    Legal Foundations provides a practical introduction to five subjects that are an intrinsic part of legal practice and which must be clearly understood by all practitioners: Revenue Law, Professional Conduct, EC Law, Human Rights and Probate and Administration. Worked examples illustrate how these topics are applied in practice.

  • by Kevin Browne

    Civil Litigation is a thorough, up to date and practical introduction to the Civil Procedure Rules and the principles and tactics used in pursuing a civil case.

  • - Fighting for Housing in Los Angeles
    by Paul Lichterman
    £21.49 - 62.99

  • - States, Societies, and the Fate of Liberty
    by Daron Acemoglu & James A. Robinson

  • - The Logic of Misogyny
    by Kate Manne
    £4.99 - 7.99

  • by Craig Beauman & Clare Wilson
    £10.99 - 20.49

    Target success in AQA A-Level with this proven formula for effective, structured revision; key content coverage is combined with exam-style questions, revision tasks and practical tips to create a revision guide that students can rely on to review, strengthen and test their knowledge.

  • - An implementation and compliance guide
    by It Governance Privacy Team
    £23.99 - 24.99

  • - A Ballard and Bosch Thriller
    by Michael Connelly
    £6.99 - 23.99

    At the end of a long night, Detectives Renee Ballard and Harry Bosch cross paths for the first time. The new blockbuster crime thriller from the #1 bestseller.

  • - Non-fiction Book of the Year 2017
    by Philippe & QC Sands

    A uniquely personal exploration of the origins of international law, centring on the Nuremberg Trials, the city of Lviv and a secret family history

  • - Theory and Practice
    by Donald Gifford

  • - Law Revision and Study Guide
    by University of Oxford, Independent Arbitrator) Bantekas, Ilias (Professor of International Law at Brunel University Law School, et al.
    £13.49 - 14.99

    International Law 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.

  • by Tom Bingham
    £5.49 - 9.49

    'The Rule of Law' is a phrase much used but little examined. The idea of the rule of law as the foundation of modern states and civilisations has recently become even more talismanic than that of democracy, but what does it actually consist of? In this brilliant short book, Britain's former senior law lord, and one of the world's most acute legal minds, examines what the idea actually means. He makes clear that the rule of law is not an arid legal doctrine but is the foundation of a fair and just society, is a guarantee of responsible government, is an important contribution to economic growth and offers the best means yet devised for securing peace and co-operation. He briefly examines the historical origins of the rule, and then advances eight conditions which capture its essence as understood in western democracies today. He also discusses the strains imposed on the rule of law by the threat and experience of international terrorism. The book will be influential in many different fields and should become a key text for anyone interested in politics, society and the state of our world.

  • - Defending Human Expertise in the Age of AI
    by Frank Pasquale

    Artificial intelligence threatens to disrupt the professions as it has manufacturing. Frank Pasquale argues that law and policy can avert this outcome and promote better ones: instead of replacing humans, technology can make our labor more valuable. Through regulation, we can ensure that AI promotes inclusive prosperity.

  • - Text, Cases, and Materials
    by King's College, London) Jones, Emeritus Professor of Law, et al.

    The most comprehensive resource for students on EU competition law; extracts from key cases, academic works, and legislation are paired with incisive critique and commentary from an expert author team.

  • by University of Nottingham) Harris, Michael O'Boyle, LLM, et al.

    This seminal text offers a comprehensive account of the case law of the ECHR and its underlying principles. It provides a guide to decisions under the Convention and its protocols, article by article, as well as explaining the history and likely development of the law.

  • by Andrew (Professor of Public International Law at the Graduate Institute of International Studies & Geneva) Clapham

    What are our human rights? What are their philosophical justifications and historical origins? Focusing on highly topical issues such as torture, arbitrary detention, privacy, and discrimination, this Very Short Introduction discusses the controversies and complexities behind these vitally relevant issues.

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