I have lost track of how many times I have been asked “What are the ‘5 must read books for law students’?”
I have written blog posts with lists of books I recommend for lawyers and law students, I have mentioned them in videos, on my social media and also on email/face to face.
I am a massive law geek (we all know that!) and I do genuinely have an ever-growing law library at home.
So whilst I already have content on my blog covering ‘must read books’ and I recently did a twitter series containing a few of my favourites, here are 5 I want to share with you today!
5 Must Read Books For Law Students
Now don’t get me wrong, there are so so many books I could have listed today! Picking just five is not easy. So expect a few more posts like this. I might turn it into a little series, a bit like my monthly twitter “who to follow” posts!
The 5 Must Read Books For Law Students I am sharing today are:
* Glanville Williams – Learning The Law http://amzn.to/2pOFFnc
* Catherine Barnard – What About Law? Studying Law At University http://amzn.to/2qV5S3E
* Tom Bingham – The Rule of Law http://amzn.to/2quT4Q0
* Nicholas McBride – Letters To A Law Student http://amzn.to/2qw4jYP
* Emily Finch & Stefan Fafinski – Employability Skills For Law Students http://amzn.to/2ruovaS
Next month I will share another 5 Must Read Books For Law Students. Hopefully I can add my ebook to that list at some point in the very near future.
*Shameless ebook plug time*
If you don’t already know I have an ebook coming out very soon, jam packed full of useful hints and tips! It is called, A brief guide to being a law student.
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