BMM {The way in} guide book

The way in universities polytechnic colleges

Dear members greetings and warm welcomes to you all.

Great news for all those members interesting in a career in law. We have this amazing guide book from Brian Heap, the book includes chapters on study in law, careers as a barrister and a solicitor. Career in law 3rd edition 1992 may seem outdated but quite the contrary this books has many relevant reference’s and information services. Over the last decade Higher education in the UK has been completely reorganized. The Further and higher education act has among other things allow polytechnics to change there names to universities.

The knowledge you will get from this guide book is as follows:

  1. Introduction
  2. Studying law
  3. A career as a solicitor
  4. A career as a barrister
  5. Choosing a degree course
  6. Law course in the UK
  7. The university of London law degree studied externally: LLB{London}
  8. Grants and graduate employment
  9. Applying for degree courses
  10. List of universities,polytechnics and colleges.
  11. practice in the European community.

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The book Covers the following introduction to law references. Studying law not only makes provision for entering the legal profession, but is also a inspiring and advantageous academic exercise. As a lawyer, you need to masterly consummate the detail of the law subject, together with the competence to present the knowledge in a rational and conclusive way.

England has a democracy which depends heavily upon parliament for the creation of law. The book covers research of sources of English law. explaining in depth common law jurisdiction, which means simply many legal principles are brought in to being by reference from earlier cases. Further to this a statutory interpretation to traditional view that parliament is sovereign, and can therefore legislate as it sees suitable as it is know part of the European community operating under EC law.

Judicial Precedent, civil/ criminal law, the court structures plus personnel of the law is all covered in the second section of this informative book.

Private practice and the role of solicitors, is explained as to give legal advice to clients, while providing civil service. Have you got what it takes to be a solicitor. This book will give outstanding insight to access the quality’s you will need to become a solicitor, such as; numeracy skills, good memory, good command of Language, problem solving, patience and common sense.

I was really impressed by the over standing this reference book has in regards to starting a career as a solicitor and barrister. The law graduate and non-graduates.options, and requirements to entry into the field is demonstrated with great simplicity.simplicity. the developments needed before the solicitors final examination is evident for the readers guidance.

Section five is very informative to help reader who may be choosing a Degree course, with University’s and polytechnics regulations. Single Honours, joint Honours and combined Honours courses.

If you are seriously considering a career in law,the academic study of law demands certain qualities of your mind, basic knowledge of a subject, the underpinning ability to implicate such knowledge accurately this book will advice these wishing to apply for higher education courses in law.

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