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This third edition of the Collins Dictionary of Law has been fully revised and updated to maintain its position as the essential popular reference guide to law.
Designed to be a constant companion for all law students, and the essential reference guide for laymen, business people and all who desire a reliable guide to the law's special terminology, the Collins Dictionary of Law has been written with special reference to the needs of legal secretaries, paralegals and legal executives, and business people who need access to clear explanations of the law's special terminology, including that of European union law.
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  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 25mm | 384g
  • Collins
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0007221657
  • 9780007221653

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William Stewart is civil litigation partner with MacMillans solicitors in Glasgow, and was formerly senior lecturer in law at Strathclyde University. He is the author of the Scottish Contemporary Judicial Dictionary, the Law of Restitution in Scotland and a number of books on compensation law. He is the book review editor of the Scots Law Times, a regional editor of the Restitution Law Review and editor of the Reparation Bulletin. He's edited a sports law book and written on Skiing and the Law, and among his professional interests is adjudication for the Scottish Premier (Soccer) League and the Scottish Football (Soccer) Association. He's married with one child and in his spare time he plays the violin very badly.
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