Law Round-up

February 26, 2009

Making Sense of Land Law

Author: April Stroud

Edition: Second

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Price: £25.99

Pages: 608

ISBN 9780230205345

This new edition has been rigorously updated to ensure that the approach taken provides additional academic insight into land law, with many more case references and further reading lists to guide independent research. The topic of fixtures and fittings is included for the first time.

UN Law on International Sales: The UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods

Authors: Peter Schlechtriem and Petra Butler

Edition: First

Publisher: Springer

Price: 352

Pages: £23.00

ISBN 9783540253143

Schlechtriem and Butler analyse the rules and provisions of the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods of 1980, explain the details of the CISG's text, report the essence of the scholarly discussions of its issues and, in particular, present numerous cases decided by courts and arbitration tribunals both as illustrations of problems arising under the CISG and as case law interpreting the convention.

Environmental Law

Authors: Stuart Bell and Donald McGillivray

Edition: Seventh

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Price: £28.99

Pages: 832

ISBN 9780199211029

This book addresses a range of topics, introducing students to key areas and the latest developments in environmental law, drawing on legislation, policy and practice. The seventh edition has a chapter on the law relating to air pollution and climate change, as well as coverage of environmental liability at national, EU, international and transnational levels.

Trusts and Equity

Author: Gary Watt

Edition: Third

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Price: £29.99

Pages: 640

ISBN 9780199230266

Watt provides an analysis of an area of law that students sometimes find difficult, concentrating on those areas of the subject that are most relevant in the contemporary arena, such as the commercial context. The book is suitable for all undergraduate students studying a module in equity and trusts law.

European Union Law

Authors: Margot Horspool and Matthew Humphreys

Edition: Fifth

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Price: £21.99

Pages: 664

ISBN 9780199234196

This volume gives an overview of the European institutions and provides thorough, wide-ranging coverage of the key substantive law topics, making it a suitable first text for undergraduate and Graduate Diploma in Law courses. This edition is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre with links to an interactive map and animated timeline, showing the historical development of the EU as well as web links and regular updates to the text.

Evidence: Text and Materials

Author: Gregory Durston

Edition: First

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Price: £29.99

Pages: 696

ISBN 9780199215485

Durston provides a source for students studying the law of evidence, whether for academic or professional exams, offering a lucid presentation of the relevant law, which aims to introduce students to, and guide them through, this challenging and stimulating subject. Interwoven with the author's explanatory commentary are extracts from key cases, essential articles and academic books.

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