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This text covers all three parts of the Litigation Head of the Law Society's Final Examination. Litigation has a long syllabus and is one of the most difficult examinations, yet the level of detail with which the author approaches the subject ensures that the process of litigation is easily understood by those studying the subject for the first time and will also help equip them for the realities of litigation practice to be encountered during articles.;Specifically tailored to the syllabus, all material is presented in a practical way. Litigation describes the course of civil and criminal procedure so as to provide a picture of what really happens in the litigation process. The Criminal Procedure section of the text explains in detail all those areas which have a practical significance for examination purposes such as bail, Legal Aid, choice of court, sentencing and mitigation. In addition, this 2nd edition also includes a very helpful chapter on how to approach the Finals course as well as a chapter of past examination papers together with suggested answers.