THE CLASSIC LEGAL TEXT FOR MEDIA PROFESSIONALS AND THEIR ADVISERS – NOW IN A NEW EDITION, WITH FOREWORD BY KEIR STARMER
An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister”
In a ranking from the BookAuthority, 8 Routledge titles have been featured in the 41 Best Banking Law Books of All Time. Browse our titles below or you can find the full list here.
Congratulations to author, Margaret Davies, on Law Unlimited winning the Socio-Legal Studies Association's Socio-Legal Theory and History Prize 2018! Learn more about the author and this title below...
Congratulations to Dr Maria Tzanou (Keele University), who has been awarded the Routledge/ALT Teaching Law with Technology Prize 2018 for her innovative project New Technologies in the Classroom. Maria was presented with the prize at the Annual Association of Law Teachers Conference 2018 at Keele University, where she is a Lecturer in Law.
We spoke to Maria to find out more about the inspiration behind the project and her plans for the future.
Monday 26th - Tuesday 27th March 2018, Keele University, United Kingdom.
We are delighted to announce the shortlisted candidates for the Routledge/ALT Teaching Law with Technology Prize 2018! Find out more about the shortlisted projects and vote for your winner.
Coinciding with the publication of her latest book, Sexual Intimacy and Gender Identity 'Fraud': Reframing the Legal and Ethical Debate, our Q&A with Routledge author Alex Sharpe explores sexual offence prosecutions brought against young, gender non-conforming people for so-called ‘gender identity fraud'.
Richard Stone and James Devenney are leading academics in contract law. In our latest Q&A, Routledge co-author Richard Stone discusses the most recent editions of their highly-regarded Law textbooks, The Modern Law of Contract: 12th Edition and Text, Cases and Materials on Contract Law: 4th Edition.
The United Nation's International Day of Older Persons, is celebrated on 1st October. The aim is to raise awareness of the impact of an ageing population and the need to ensure people can grow old with dignity. Towards Human Rights in Residential Care for Older Persons, addresses important issues surrounding our growing elderly population, with a particular focus on older people in residential care in major regions throughout the world.
Congratulations to Dr Dug Cubie (University College Cork) and Dr Luke Moffett (Queen's University Belfast), who were presented with the Routledge/ALT Teaching Law with Technology Prize at the ALT Conference in Portsmouth for their innovative project 'Arma3: Bringing the Battlefield into the Classroom,' which explores the challenges of International Humanitarian Law.
We spoke to Dr Dug Cubie and Dr Luke Moffett after the conference to discuss their project and their future plans.
Jeffery Lipshaw, author of Beyond Legal Reasoning: a Critique of Pure Lawyering, recently gave a talk at Harvard Law School's Center on the Legal Profession. His talk, 'Unlearning How to Think Like a Lawyer: A Corporate Lawyer Reflects', is part of the CLP Speaker Series and the full video can be found here.