A Dictionary of Law Summary
Written in clear, jargon-free English, this dictionary is aimed at those without a legal qualification who nevertheless need some legal knowledge, particularly in the course of their work. Fully revised and updated, it is also a useful reference book for lawyers, law students and legal secretaries in the UK or any Commonwealth country where the legal system is founded on English law. 3,500 entries define and explain the major terms, concepts, processes and organization of the law. Recent changes in the law are also reflected, including those affecting the care and protection of children, European Community law taxation, bankruptcy and public-order offences.
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A Dictionary of Law (Oxford Paperback Reference)
Edited by Elizabeth A. Martin
Oxford University Press
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