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Introduction to the English Legal System is an excellent starting point for all those coming fresh to the study of law. Written in a highly engaging and approachable style, it introduces readers to the purposes and functions of law and the law-making process; it also explains what is happening to the English legal system, why it is happening, and considers what the future may bring.With the legal system facing a period of profound uncertainty, the book covers recent institutional developments and their significance for key matters of public interest, including human rights, control of crime, fears of a compensation culture, and access to justice. Adopting a 'holistic' approach, the book does not just describe, it also challenges readers' assumptions about the law and encourages them to question the extent to which the legal system is able to meet the demands placed uponit. Online Resource CentreAn accompanying Online Resource Centre provides a wide range of resources for both students and lecturers: Student Resources:- Author blog with podcasts - Multiple choice questions - Flashcard glossary - Web links - Crosswords Lecturer Resources: - Test bank of multiple questions with answers and feedback - Customizable PowerPoint presentations

Introduction to the English legal system - Martin Partington

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Title
Introduction to the English legal system - 2011-2012
Author
Martin Partington
format
Paperback
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20110324

Introduction to the English Legal System is an excellent starting point for all those coming fresh to the study of law. Written in a highly engaging and approachable style, it introduces readers to the purposes and functions of law and the law-making process; it also explains what is happening to the English legal system, why it is happening, and considers what the future may bring.With the legal system facing a period of profound uncertainty, the book covers recent institutional developments and their significance for key matters of public interest, including human rights, control of crime, fears of a compensation culture, and access to justice. Adopting a 'holistic' approach, the book does not just describe, it also challenges readers' assumptions about the law and encourages them to question the extent to which the legal system is able to meet the demands placed uponit. Online Resource CentreAn accompanying Online Resource Centre provides a wide range of resources for both students and lecturers: Student Resources:- Author blog with podcasts - Multiple choice questions - Flashcard glossary - Web links - Crosswords Lecturer Resources: - Test bank of multiple questions with answers and feedback - Customizable PowerPoint presentations

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Type
BOOK
Edition
6th Edition
Keyword Index
Law - England.|Law - Wales.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
317

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