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Eddey and Darbyshire on the English Legal System (Concise College Texts)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0421787902, Paperback)Eddey & Darbyshire, now in its seventh edition, continues to provide a concise and highly readable introduction to the contemporary legal system of England and Wales. The author draws on her considerable experience to provide an engaging, thought-provoking and even entertaining approach to this area of law, making it an ideal undergraduate text. Since the last edition the pace of change in the English Legal System has been on an unprecedented scale. This seventh edition has been completely rewritten and restructured to take account of major statutory developments including: * Civil Procedure Rules 1998-1999 and an evaluation of Woolf Reforms in practice * The remodelling of the delivery of legal services 1998-2002 * The Crime and Disorder Act 1998, the Narey reforms, and changes to criminal procedure consequent on the Human Rights Act 1998 * Lord Justice Auld's Criminal Courts Review * Changes in the Lord Chancellor's system of judicial appointments and an assessment of the growing controversy over the appointments system * A new chapter on The Human Rights Act 1998 and the impact of the Convention on the English Legal System * An additional chapter on keeping up-to-date with the English Legal System, including details of relevant publications and websites * Online updates to the textbook can be found at www sweetandmaxwell.co.uk/academic Eddey & Darbyshire is essential reading for undergraduate students of law, those studying law at A2 or AS Levels, as well as students on non-vocational courses.
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