Author: D.J. Lockton
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Updated well and reasonably comprehensive, Lockton's text provides an accessible discussion of the issues students will encounter on any employment law course. Although not as detailed as other leading texts, it is clear and easy to understand and will be of particular use for students who find more complex texts difficult to work with.
Who is it for? Undergraduate students studying employment law who desire a clear and accessible, albeit not analytically detailed, account of the law.
Presentation: Clear layout and the text is pitched at an accessible level.
Would you recommend it? The employment law textbook market is crowded, but this text's accessibility will make it a favourite for students who find more detailed texts heavy going.
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