Author: Neil Parpworth
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This is one of OUP's Core Text series, and is expressly designed to provide a clear and easy introduction to the key principles of public law.
Who is it for? First-year undergraduate students.
Presentation: Exceptionally clear, with numbered paragraphs, many sub-headings, recommendations for further reading, and self-test questions. There is also an online resource centre.
Would you recommend it? There are many textbooks in the field, but this is one of the least painful introductions to a complex area of law.