Publications

The IALS Open Book Service for Law

The Institute for Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) has launched OBserving Law, the IALS Open Book Service for Law, being developed as part of the School of Advanced Study’s Humanities Digital Library open access book publishing initiative. OBserving Law aims to provide a new open access monograph publishing service for legal researchers. Titles will be made […]

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Transcripts of Judicial Proceedings in England and Wales

This Guide, published by the Inner Temple Library and compiled by Sally McLaren, is a revised and expanded edition of the Library’s 2006 guide. It is intended primarily for information service staff who need to obtain transcripts of the proceedings of courts and tribunals in England and Wales. The guide (in PDF) costs £19.99. Details.

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Legal Eagles

How technology helped me to produce it, all from New Zealand Two years ago, I decided to write my third book. My first, Why Lawyers Should Eat Bananas, was self-published ten years ago and went on to sell nearly 10,000 hard copies worldwide. My second book, an adaptation of the first, titled Why Entrepreneurs Should […]

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Eleven years of Internet Law with Graham Smith

We do not generally cover books in the Newsletter but occasionally there are exceptions – and Internet Law and Regulation by Graham Smith and other lawyers at Bird & Bird, now published in its fourth edition, is an exception. Graham has been writing and editing editions of this book for 11 years and is one […]

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