For those of you that might be interested, my former university has recently showcased ‘The Case Law Compendium: English & European Law’.
Naturally I am very proud to have a debut publication featured, and it would be even better to be given a chance to speak with potential law students that may have questions about the subject of law, or even the inherent complexities of case transcripts, an offer I have since extended and await to further explore should the opportunity arise.
The rapid international appeal of The Black Letter has led to the creation and publication of the ‘The Case Law Compendium: English & European Law’ which will provide students everywhere with:
150+ English leading case law studies
Covering Constitutional & Administrative Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Equity & Trust Law, European Law, Family Law, Medical Law, Property (Land) Law and Tort Law fields
Complex leading cases distilled into simplified and easily digestible text
Each case study includes Fully OSCOLA referenced hand-selected citations for immediate use in coursework
What does this mean to me?
What this means is that by personally analysing thousands of transcript pages, all the hard work of reading, understanding and translating the minds of the judges and courts is something you can finally say goodbye to. Each case also includes hand-selected and fully OSCOLA referenced citations that can be quickly inserted into written coursework (or moot skeleton arguments) without you having to hunt for them.
So now by simply having a copy of the ‘The Case Law Compendium’ close to hand you will be able to effectively engage in tutorial debates, improve your essay writing abilities, and expedite your knowledge of a multitude of legal fields without the pain of decoding the legislation and application of jurisprudence.
So when is it available?
It is available now through most Amazon sites, Waterstones and Barnes & Noble, and thanks to the brilliance of Print on Demand technology it will always be ready for worldwide shipping in just a few clicks.
I can only emphasise just how invaluable this book will become to you as your law course progresses, and you’ll be surprised at just how fast you learn the cases and how your confidence grows when discussing their finer points. I am supremely confident that you will also find yourself returning to the book when studying both for insight and refreshment of knowledge, and I quietly hope you will be equally excited whenever you turn to this unprecedented resource.
Please remember that it was you the worldwide readers, that inspired this book, so you owe it to yourselves to buy it (and use the hell out of it) and to tell your peers and friends everywhere, so that they too can work towards becoming an ‘A‘ student in English law.
Remember that with ‘The Case Law Compendium’ you can do it.