Need a Summer reading list for Law?

From the Oxbridge-Law team:

Law in Action

Guardian Law

http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/2012/feb/02/law-university-interview-succeeding

Anthony King – “The British Constitution”

Glanville Williams – Learning the Law (14th Edition by ATH Smith, 2010) – this is a popular introductory book. It will not give you any specific, substantive legal knowledge – but it will provide you with useful information ranging from how to read cases to what the abbreviations mean.

James Holland – Learning Legal Rules: A Student’s Guide to Legal Method and Reasoning

Ian McLeod, Legal Method (7th Edition, 2009)

James A. Holland and Julian S. Webb, Learning Legal Rules (7th Edition, 2010)

Nick McBride, Letters to a Law Student (2nd Edition, 2010).

Jeremy Waldron, The Law (1990).

Catherine Barnard, Janet O’Sullivan and Graham Virgo (eds), What about Law? (2nd Revised Edition, 2011) – leading cases are discussed in a highly accessible manner.

Tony Wright, British Politics: A Very Short Introduction ISBN 978-0-19-285459-9

Richard Bellamy, Citizenship: A Very Short Introduction ISBN 978-0-19-280253-8

Bernard Crick, Democracy: A Very Short Introduction ISBN 978-0-19-280250-7

Andrew Clapham, Human Rights: A Very Short Introduction ISBN 978-0-19-920552-3

Raymond Wacks, Law: A Very Short Introduction ISBN 978-0-19-921496-9

Nicholas Vincent, Magna Carta: A Very Short Introduction ISBN 978-0-19-958287-7

Raymond Wacks, Philosophy of Law: A Very Short Introduction ISBN 978-0-19-280691-8

John Pinder and Simon Usherwood, The European Union: A Very Short Introduction ISBN 978-0-19-923397-7

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