Top 10 academic bestsellers: Blackwell, Newcastle

May 28, 2009

1 Blackstone’s Statutes on Property Law 2008-2009 edited by Meryl Thomas

Oxford University Press, £14.99

ISBN 9780199238125

2 Blackstone’s Statutes on Public Law and Human Rights 2008-2009 edited by Peter Wallington and Robert G. Lee

Oxford University Press, £15.99

ISBN 9780199238118

3 Blackstone’s Statutes on Criminal Law 2008-2009 edited by Peter Glazebrook

Oxford University Press, £12.99

ISBN 9780199238224

4 Blackstone’s EU Treaties and Legislation 2008-2009 edited by Nigel Foster

Oxford University Press, £14.99

ISBN 9780199238255

5 EU Law Concentrate by Sylvia Hargreaves

Oxford University Press, £10.99

ISBN 9780199544424

6 Blackstone’s Statutes on Evidence edited by Phil Huxley

Oxford University Press, £12.99

ISBN 9780199238200

7 Blackstone’s Statutes on International Human Rights Documents edited by Sandy Ghandhi

Oxford University Press, £16.99

ISBN 9780199238231

8 Equity and Trusts Concentrate by Iain McDonald and Anne Street

Oxford University Press, £10.99

ISBN 9780199544615

9 Q & A: Criminal Law 2008 and 2009 edited by Mike Molan and Geoff Douglas

Oxford University Press, £12.99

ISBN 9780199239412

10 Law Express: Tort Law by Emily Finch and Stefan Fafinski

Pearson Education, £10.99

ISBN 9781405873628

Blackwell Bookshop Newcastle, 141 Percy Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RS

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