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BENNION BAILEY AND NORBURY ON STATUTORY INTERPRETATION BY DIGGORY BAILEY

BENNION BAILEY AND NORBURY ON STATUTORY INTERPRETATION BY DIGGORY BAILEY

Bennion, Bailey and Norbury on Statutory Interpretation is the leading work on statutory interpretation. It provides a clear and comprehensive guide to understanding, interpreting and applying legislation. Regularly used by practitioners and academics, and frequently cited in judgments throughout the common law world, it is a trusted and authoritative resource.

LAW & LITERATURE BY RICHARD A POSNER

LAW & LITERATURE BY RICHARD A POSNER

This is the only comprehensive book-length treatment of the field. It continues to emphasize the essential differences between law and literature, which are rooted in the different social functions of legal and literary texts. But it also explores areas of mutual illumination and expands its range to include new topics such as the cruel and unusual punishments clause of the Constitution, illegal immigration, surveillance, global warming and bioterrorism, and plagiarism.

READING LAW BY ANTONIN SCALIA

READING LAW BY ANTONIN SCALIA

In this groundbreaking book by best-selling authors Justice Antonin Scalia and Bryan A. Garner, all the most important principles of constitutional, statutory, and contractual interpretation are systematically explained in an engaging and informative style-including several hundred illustrations from actual cases. Never before has legal interpretation been so fascinatingly explained.

SCALIA'S COURT: A LEGACY OF LANDMARK OPINIONS AND DISSENTS BY KEVIN A. RING

SCALIA’S COURT: A LEGACY OF LANDMARK OPINIONS AND DISSENTS BY KEVIN A. RING

As Republicans and Democrats wage war over Scalia’s lamentably empty Supreme Court seat, Kevin A. Ring, former counsel to the U.S. Senate’s Constitution Subcommittee, has taken a close look at the cases that best illustrate Scalia’s character, philosophy, and legacy. In Scalia’s Court, Ring collects Scalia’s most memorable opinions on free speech, separation of powers, race, religious freedom, the rights of the accused, abortion, and more; and intersperses Scalia’s own words with an analysis of his legal reasoning and his lasting impact on American jurisprudence.

DE SMITH'S JUDICIAL REVIEW BY HARRY WOOLF 8TH ED.

DE SMITH’S JUDICIAL REVIEW BY HARRY WOOLF 8TH ED.

De Smith’s Judicial Review is the leading work on the history, principles and practice of judicial review in England and Wales.The Second Supplement brings the 8th edition mainwork up to date and includes cases which have either developed a principle or provide a particularly useful illustration of a principle or practice. The cases cover the following areas:

THE MODERN LAW OF CONTRACT BY RICHARD STONE AND JAMES DEVENNEY

THE MODERN LAW OF CONTRACT BY RICHARD STONE AND JAMES DEVENNEY

Written by an author team with over 60 years’ of teaching experience, The Modern Law of Contract is the complete textbook providing not only clear and authoritative commentary, but also a selection of learning features to enable readers to engage actively with the law.

PALMER’S COMPANY LAW EDITED BY GEOFFREY MORSE

PALMER’S COMPANY LAW EDITED BY GEOFFREY MORSE

Palmer’s Company Law: Offers authoritative guidance for every part of company law from formation through to winding-up and including investor protection, Covers the changes brought about by Companies Act 2006 by providing integrated commentary on the Act, Provides commentary related to any implementation of the Insolvency Service’s proposals to reform the Registration of Charges procedures, Details shareholder remedies including derivative claims and unfairly prejudicial conduct.

PAGET’S LAW OF BANKING EDITED BY JOHN ODGERS

PAGET’S LAW OF BANKING EDITED BY JOHN ODGERS

First published in 1904, Paget’s Law of Banking has established itself as the leading practitioner text on banking law, combining meticulous accuracy and depth with a clear approach to this complex area. The book provides a thoroughly modern approach to the subject matter, while remaining unique in providing a comprehensive, clear and accurate statement of the law of banking, with a particular emphasis on the principles which underpin the case law.

CHITTY ON CONTRACTS EDITED BY H. G. BEALE

CHITTY ON CONTRACTS EDITED BY H. G. BEALE

The undisputed heavyweight of contract law, Chitty on Contracts, was first published in 1826; this core title has grown in stature and authority. Its volumes provide expertise for common law and commercial barristers and solicitors as well as academics and the judiciary in many countries across the world. It’s clear written style ensures it can be read and understood by practitioners at all levels of expertise within contract law. Interpretation and explanatory narrative are supported by examples of case law and legislation.

CLERK & LINDSELL ON TORTS BY MICHAEL A. JONES

CLERK & LINDSELL ON TORTS BY MICHAEL A. JONES

Clerk & Lindsell on Torts, one of flagship titles and part of the Common Law Library series, is an essential reference tool which is widely referred to by practitioners and cited by the judiciary. It offers the most comprehensive coverage of the subject, providing the end user with indispensable access to current, frequent and unrivalled authoritative information on all aspects of tort law.

SUPREME COURT ON WORDS AND PHRASES BY DR. GOKULESH SHARMA

SUPREME COURT ON WORDS AND PHRASES BY DR. GOKULESH SHARMA

In this book many words and phrases whose meaning was determined in the various cases decided by the Supreme Court deserves attention of the courts, tribunals administrative authorities, lawyers, academicians, quasi and non-quasi-judicial bodies in adjudication of the rights/claims of the parties. In this exhaustive work, try to encompass the expositions given by the Supreme Court of India that called for judicial determination of their meaning in the various cases decided since 1950s.

PHIPSON ON EVIDENCE BY HODGE M. MALEK

PHIPSON ON EVIDENCE BY HODGE M. MALEK

The book features as; Fully up to date with all changes brought in by the Civil Procedure Rules and the Criminal Procedure Rules Considers a broad range of case law, including that of the Commonwealth, Provides answers for civil and criminal practitioners who have an evidence-related question, Explores in detail the differences in gathering and admitting evidence in criminal and civil proceedings Considers the burden and standard of proof, Examines evidence taken or served prior to a trial Considers the examination of witnesses.

DIVERGENT PATHS BY RICHARD A. POSNER

DIVERGENT PATHS BY RICHARD A. POSNER

Judges and legal scholars talk past one another, if they have any conversation at all. Academics couch their criticisms of judicial decisions in theoretical terms, which leads many judges―at the risk of intellectual stagnation―to dismiss most academic discourse as opaque and divorced from reality. In Divergent Paths, Richard Posner turns his attention to this widening gap within the legal profession, reflecting on its causes and consequences and asking what can be done to close or at least narrow it.

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