Law Round-up

February 26, 2009

Addressing Rape Reform in Law and Practice

Author: Susan Caringella

Edition: First

Publisher: Columbia University Press

Price: £60.50 and £21.00

Pages: 368

ISBN 9780231134248 and 4255

This volume probes every aspect of rape law and the discrepancies between ideal law (on the books) and real law (in action). Caringella canvasses the successes and failures of reform in the US, as well as Australia, the UK, Canada and New Zealand, and assesses alternative perspectives on rape reform, making use of theoretical models, court cases and statistical data.

Trusts Law

Authors: Charlie Webb and Tim Akkouh

Edition: First

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Price: £18.99

Pages: 464

ISBN 9781403987853

Trusts Law is aimed at first-time students of equity and trusts, covering all topics typically included in courses by providing an account both of the case law and also the main academic debates on which exam questions often focus. The authors aim to provide useful insights and new perspectives on a complex subject.


Author: Raymond N. Emson

Edition: Fourth

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Price: £24.99

Pages: 584

ISBN 9780230537477

From DNA profiling to consideration of the accused's previous conduct, the law of evidence is an amalgam of logic, common sense, philosophy and tactics. Evidence seeks to explain the fundamentals and looks at the principles behind it. It is aimed at satisfying the needs of undergraduates, legal practice course and bar vocational course students.

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