This fourteenth edition of Law Made Simple marks the fiftieth year of the publication for one of the best-selling UK Law books. It is the perfect introduction to the English Legal System, and combines an overview of both the legislation and case law relating to all the foundation subjects, including Contract, Torts, Land, Trusts, Criminal, Public and EU.
Fully updated, this book acts as a clear and concise guide for students studying law at any level, and takes into account developments across the curriculum. It is suitable for students studying law at A-Level, or as an excellent background for students thinking of embarking on the study of law or related course at degree level.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction; 2. Sources of English law; 3. The courts today; 4. Procedure; 5. The judiciary, law officers and the legal profession; 6. Human rights and the Law of persons; 7. The law of contract; 8. The law of torts; 9. Trusts; 10. The law of property; 11. The law of succession; 12. Criminal law; 13. European Union Law
David Barker, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW and High Court of Australia; Emeritus Professor and Formerly Dean; Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney; Sometime Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Westminster (formerly Polytechnic of Central London).