55 books (3 pages) in this category
by Jonathan Law
by Michael Mandelstam
by William Wade
Wade and Forsyth's Administrative Law has been a cornerstone of public law since its first edition in 1961. It provides a comprehensive and perceptive account of the principles of judicial review and the administrative arrangements of the United
by Trischa Mann
The Australian Law Dictionary is a key reference for those who need familiarity with, and a comprehensive knowledge of, Australian legal terms.Designed specifically for students, the ALD uses clear and concise language and explores the terms ...
by Gabrielle Appleby
This value pack contains Australian Public Law 2nd edition and the Australian Law Dictionary 3rd edition.Australian Public Law begins with a consideration of the idea of public law and develops a clear theoretical framework for ...
by Rebecca Cave
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The early years of the Family Court of Australia
by Shurlee Swain
The Family Law Act of 1975 and the establishment of the Family Court of Australia the following year aimed to revolutionise the settlement of marital disputes in this country. Gone was the notion of divorce as a spectator sport, salacious media
by David Thorn
In May 2010, British politics entered a revolutionary new era. With the election of the first hung parliament since 1974, Britain found itself in the unfamiliar world of coalition government. Explaining what this all means, this incisive ...Audio Book
by Jeremy Cooper
by Michelle Sanson
This value pack contains Connecting with Law 3rd edition and the Australian Law Dictionary 3rd edition.Connecting with Law introduces students to the foundations of law in a thought provoking way, challenging them to think critically, ...
by Julia Davis
The philosophy of Connecting with Tort Law is that everyone learns best by doing, but that we often need a guide that can show us by example. Connecting with Tort Law helps students to improve their analytical skills in tort law through ...
by Dennis,Haxton-Bernard, Graham Rosenthal
by Brian;Carter, John Coote
This second collection of Brian Coote's previously published writings is for the most part a follow-up to his <i>Contract as Assumption</i> (Hart Publishing, 2010). Part of the theme of that collection was that in a bilateral contract the ...
by Rebecca Cave
Capital Gains Tax 2016/17 examines the current legislation and HMRC guidance in a comprehensive and accessible style and is an invaluable book for all those who deal with capital gains tax on a regular basis.<br>This established title uses plain
by P;Chanda, S;Drysdale, D Miller
This annual guide to corporation tax meets the every-day needs of the busy tax adviser. Corporation Tax examines the rules, regulations and tax issues affecting companies in the UK. With its practical and concise style and straightforward ...
by Iris;Erwood, Chris Wünschmann-Lyall
Based on Matthew Hutton's original popular reference guide, Trusts and Estates is now under the expert authorship of Iris W?nschmann-Lyall and Chris Erwood. It remains as practical and accessible as before whilst providing clear guidance on ...
by Andrew Needham
This accessible guide to VAT provides clear and simple coverage, enabling both professionals and non-professionals confidently to grasp current VAT law. With a wealth of practical examples and written in non-technical English, this book is an ...
by Marks Russell
If the goal of our justice system is to reduce crime and create a safer society, then we must do better. According to conventional wisdom, severely punishing offenders reduces the likelihood that they'll offend again. Why, then, do so many who
by Rob White
Crime and Social Control provides a basic overview of the ways in which the state intervenes in the lives of offenders, victims, and members of the wider community. It introduces the key players in the criminal justice system, shows how state ...