Evidence : Text & Materials

By (author) Gregory Durston


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Evidence: Text & Materials provides a 'one-stop', readily accessible resource for students studying the law of evidence. It offers an exceptionally clear and lucid presentation of the law, effectively introducing and guiding students through this challenging and stimulating subject. Interwoven with the author's incisive explanatory commentary are extracts from key cases, essential articles, and academic books. Exposure to these materials will help the student to develop a truly in-depth undersanding of the key principles of the law of evidence, and a keen awareness of how these principles are applied in modern practice. Particular attention is paid to the major developments and judgments that have transformed this subject in recent years. The author uses clear language throughout, in order to ensure the explanation of the law is as clear as possible . A range of textual features encouragie the reader to engage with the subject. This exciting and innovative book is the ideal companion for students studying evidence on the LLB, LPC or BPTC. Online Resource Centre This book is supported by an Online Resource Centre, which contains the following: - Regular updates to the text - A helpful list of web links - A glossary of key terms - Guidance on answering some of the problem questions posed in the book

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  • Paperback | 680 pages
  • 174 x 246 x 42mm | 1,179.33g
  • 19 May 2011
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0199583609
  • 9780199583607
  • 365,176

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Gregory Durston is currently Reader in Law at Kingston University. He has also lectured at City Law School, and been an Associate Professor at Niigata University Law Faculty, Japan. He has a Doctorate and a Masters degree from the LSE, and was called to the Bar by the Middle Temple. He spent several years as a practising barrister, before becoming a full-time law lecturer. He has taught the law of evidence for 21 years.

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