Covers a wide range of topics and yet is not overdetailed, so you can feel confident that everything you need for your course is covered, without being overwhelmed by unnecessary material. Helps you to reflect on key issues and consider areas for debate, providing a rounded view of the system and an awareness of the controversies and areas for reform. This will give you an excellent grounding for the rest of your studies. An introductory chapter provides valuable advice on studying the English legal system and making the transition from school to university, helping you to adapt quickly to your new studies and to understand the skills required to succeed. How is the English legal system structured and who takes part in it? Does the system ever get it wrong? This new textbook provides a clear and accessible guide to the workings of the English legal system. Features such as 'thinking points', 'key debates', and 'talking points' help you to engage with the key areas of debate and controversy, giving you an excellent grounding for the rest of your studies.
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number of pages||600|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|