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Judicial authority is constituted by everyday practices of individual judicial officers, balancing the obligations of formal law and procedure with the distinctive interactional demands of lower courts.
Studying Scots Law provides a highly readable account of the educational and training requirements for entry into the Scottish legal profession and provides essential information on law courses throughout Scotland as well as giving useful advice on study skills. Studying Scots Law provides law students with an invaluable source of...
On the eve of a presidential election that may determine the makeup of Supreme Court justices for decades to come, prominent attorney James D. Zirin argues that the Court has become increasingly partisan, rapidly making policy choices right and left on bases that have nothing to do with law or...
'A wonderful book ...a superb book and it's not just for people interested in law; it tells you a lot about Ireland' Vincent Browne, TV3 The judges, the decisions, the rifts and the rivalries - the gripping inside story of the institution that has shaped Ireland. 'Combines painstaking research with...
Constitutional Courts in Comparison: The US Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional Court
By Graham Virgo
This new edition reflects the significant changes in the law of restitution and the expanding theoretical and critical commentary. It identifies and analyses the principles which underpin the law of restitution as a whole, referencing its three distinct parts: unjust enrichment, restitution for wrongs, and the vindication of property rights.
This book examines the relationship between justices and the press including coverage of the institution and the effects of coverage on public opinion.
Widely acclaimed and respected, this is the leading text on the four freedoms of the European Union. Unparalleled coverage of the subject area is paired with expert author insight and presented in a concise and user-friendly format, accompanied by engaging case studies and diagrams.
This timely book provides a vivid description of what it is like to attend court as a victim, a witness or a defendant; the interplay between the different players in the courtroom; and the extent to which the court process is viewed as legitimate by those involved in it.
By Helen Fox
Foundations for the LPC covers the compulsory foundation areas of the Legal Practice Course as set out in the LPC outcomes: professional conduct, tax and revenue law, and wills and administration of estates. It also features coverage of human rights.