First published in 1945, Glanville Williams: Learning the Law has been introducing students to the 'foundation' skills needed to study law effectively for the last 65 years.
Now in its 14th edition, it is still the must-have book for every law student and for anybody considering a career in the law, about to study for a law degree or law module of a non-law degree.
- Gives an overview of the English legal system in a clear and accessible style and introduces students to the core foundation subjects and syllabus of the LLB degree
- Corrects basic misunderstandings about the law
- Explains how to interpret statutes and look up points of law
- Introduces legal problems that students are likely to come across and explains how best to tackle them
- Goes through legal research â paper and electronic â and how best to undertake it
- Offers students advice on study methods and exam preparation in order that they make the most of their time
- Gives guidance on how to prepare for and take part in moots and mock trials
New for the 14th Edition:-
- Covers key developments such as the new Supreme Court, the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty and the effects of the recession on learning to earning
- Offers expanded coverage of moots and mock trials, covering everythingfrom presentation and oral skills through to file and case management and legal ethics
- Includes advice on time management, stress management and motivation
- Provides more diagrams than ever before to help students grasp complex issues