A Dictionary of Law
This best-selling dictionary is an authoritative and comprehensive source of jargon-free legal information. It contains over 4,200 entries that clearly...
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- Author Elizabeth A. Martin, Jonathan Law
- Publisher Oxford University Press
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This best-selling dictionary is an authoritative and comprehensive source of jargon-free legal information. It contains over 4,200 entries that clearly define the major terms, concepts, processes, and the organization of the English legal system. Entries have been fully updated for this new edition to reflect the very latest legislation, including the substantial new Companies Act that affects company law, and the Constitutional Reform Act that affects the positions of the Lord Chancellor, Lord Chief Justice, and the Law Lords.
This edition also
includes expanded coverage of criminology and law enforcement.
Highlighted feature entries discuss key topics in detail, for example
adoption law, the appeals system, statement of terms of employment, and
terrorism acts, and there is a useful Writing and Citation Guide that
specifically addresses problems and established conventions for writing
legal essays and reports. Now providing more information than ever
before, this edition features recommended web links for many entries,
which are accessed and kept up to date via the Dictionary of Law
companion website. Described by leading university lecturers as 'the
best law dictionary' and 'excellent for non-law students as well as law
undergraduates', this classic dictionary is an invaluable source of
legal reference for professionals, students, and anyone else needing
succinct clarification of legal terms. Focusing primarily on English
law, it also provides a one-stop source of information for any of the
many countries that base their legal system on English law.
|Author||Elizabeth A. Martin, Jonathan Law|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|