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Understanding the English Legal System

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Donald GiffordAssociate Professor, Law School, University of Queensland, Australia, John SalterVisiting Professor of Law, Cranfield University

ISBN13: 9781859412398
ISBN: 1859412394
Published: November 1997
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

What constitutes our law? What are the institutions which enable our legal system to operate? Can our law and its legal systems be improved? How does our law apply,and how does it operate? The answers to these questions are of vital importance.

This book sets out in plain language what an inquirer needs to know about the English legal system, its institutions and its operation. It draws attention to some of the areas in which the law needs to be improved or revised to meet the changing needs of the community. It also discusses why there is that need and how best to meet it.

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