Stopping by the ICLR on my law blogger day out

So as you know back in July I had a bit of a law blogger day out (you can read it here: http://wp.me/p4pPCf-mb), and whilst making my way between the two Wildy Book Stores I ended up walking by the ICLR building.

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I headed inside (before I took the photos) and spoke to the gentleman who was so helpful and he let me take a few photos.  If you are ever passing do head on in!  As this year the ICLR is celebrating 150 years of creating case history the gentleman kindly gave me two of the books they were selling (I would have paid for them but he wanted to give me copies for coming in to speak to him).  

If you haven’t been inside before, this is a quick glance at what they have in their display window.

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So the two books I was given were: 

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They are both really useful and just an example of what the ICLR does on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis.   Plus as Donoghue v Stevenson is one of the first cases a student learns about it is nice to have a copy like that.

Definitely pop in to the lobby area of their building if you are passing!

Rebecca x

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