Bookmas Day 1 : Learning The Law

I am kicking Bookmas 2016 off with a classic, and if you haven’t checked out what Bookmas is, click here!

Glanville Williams – Learning The Law

This is one of the first books I was recommended to read, and I actually picked up a copy from Wildy Bookstores opposite the Royal Courts of Justice in London.

Glanville Williams | Learning The Law
Glanville Williams | Learning The Law

This book is an essential read for law students. You can pick up a copy on Amazon here and it is currently retailing at around £14.  The photo is clickable as well and will take you straight to the Amazon page.

The editions have moved on quite considerably since I got my copy back in 2006 and I am still recommending it 10 years on.

It really is a go to book, and I also know some students who have been asked if they have read this book.

If I haven’t already convinced you to purchase Learning The Law, here are a few other reasons:

  • Learning The Law is quite a small book, so easy enough to fit in your bag and read on your commute, on the bus, before bed etc.
  • It covers pretty much everything, from learning how to read statutes all the way through to being in the court room.
  • Academics, Law Students and Lawyers recommended Learning The Law all over the world as a must-read.
  • Any book that is in its 16th Edition is worth a read.  The book is constantly being updated to make it as useful to law students as possible.

Add it to your Christmas list, have it as a stocking filler or even just purchase it before (or after) Christmas, you won’t regret it.

Rebecca x


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