Civil Litigation Handbook 2011-2012

Civil Litigation Handbook 2011-2012

Description

The Civil Litigation Hanbdook introduces students to the processes and procedures involved in making and defending civil litigation claims. The text is ideal for students taking the Legal Practice Course and features case studies on both a personal injury matter and a commercial matter, making it suitable for students with either a high street or a commercial focus. The Civil Litigation Handbook offers practical guidance on advising clients whilst ensuring that the principles of the Solicitors Code 2007 are maintained. Students on ILEX courses, new trainees in practice, and paralegals will find this practical guidance of use in both their study and their work. Innovative diagrams at the start of appropriate chapters make clear the way in which the litigation procedure works and help students understand the nature of the process as a whole. Examples provide students with a realistic context for their learning, while issues of cost, best practice, and professional conduct are clearly highlighted. Alternative dispute resolution is given appropriate practical emphasis, and references to the Civil Procedure Rules throughout make sure that students are ready for life in practice.
Online Resource Centre Student Resources Case study documentation Additional chapters covering injunctions, assessment of costs proceedings and instructions to counsel Overview of instructions to counsel Annotated forms Litigation train Podcasts Updates Weblinks Lecturer Resources Answers to self-test questions Case study materials Video clips


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Details

Author(s)
Susan Cunningham-Hill, Karen Elder
Format
Paperback | 512 pages
Dimensions
204 x 290 x 28mm | 1,179.33g
Publication date
30 Sep 2011
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Publication City/Country
Oxford, United Kingdom
Language
English
Edition
Revised
Edition Statement
Revised edition
ISBN10
0199609365
ISBN13
9780199609369