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Recent Textbooks Articles

  1. Law Textbooks Guide 2014

    2014 Law Textbooks

    Our new and upcoming titles for 2014 cover a wide range of LLB and LLM modules; complete with new editions of classic textbooks, such as Slapper & Kelly and Hudson's Equity and Trusts, and brand new titles, including Contract in Context and Beginning Human Rights Law.

  2. Beginning the Law

    Beginning the Law with Routledge

    Perfect for pre-course reading, the new Beginning the Law series is a collection of pure introductions which help students come to terms with the basic structure, themes and issues of each discipline before they advance with confidence to their core textbook.

  3. Commonwealth Caribbean Employment and Labour Law Book Launch

    Tuesday 1 July 2014


    Find out how the book launch went for the brand new book joining the renowned Commonwealth Caribbean Law series. It has also been featured on the Labour Law Research Network, an international thinktank on labor law. 

  4. Optimize Public Law

    Learn, Remember and Succeed with Optimize Law Revision

    We are pleased to announce the launch of our new revision series, Optimize Law Revision. Developed with feedback from students and lecturers, including Michael Bromby as a series advisor, Optimize is designed to aid revision and retain understanding of the law through visual learning.

  5. Unlocking Employment Law

    Unlocking the Law with Routledge

    2013 has been a fruitful year for Routledge Law Textbooks, with the popular Unlocking the Law series adding an extra level to our diverse textbooks publishing program.

  6. Research Methods in Law

    Recently Published Law Textbooks

    We are delighted to announce the recent publication of a range of seminal textbooks. From the launch of two new titles to trusted favourites appearing in a 10th edition we have books designed to guide students through the undergraduate law curriculum. Read on for more details of the books publishing

  7. Modern Law of Contract

    New Textbooks Publishing in February

    Routledge Law is delighted to be publishing new editions of some key textbooks in the fields of contract and company law in February. All three titles are available as complimentary exam copies for instructors teaching relevant courses – complete the online form on the individual book page to order a copy. Read on for more information.

  8. New Editions of Routledge Q&As Now Available

    The new editions of the Routledge Question and Answers series are now available. Each book contains up to fifty essay and problem-based questions on the most commonly examined topics, complete with expert guidance and fully worked model answers. Read on for more information.

  9. Unlocking Legal Learning

    Unlock the Law with Routledge

    Routledge Law is delighted to announce that we will now publish the Unlocking The Law; Course Notes; Key Cases and Key Facts series previously published by Hodder Education. We will continue to work with the existing series editors to ensure that the books offer a student-friendly approach for undergraduate law students. Read on for more details...

  10. Caribbean Law of Trusts

    New Edition of Commonwealth Caribbean Law of Trusts Out Now

    This third edition of Commonwealth Caribbean Law of Trusts by Gilbert Kodilinye and Trevor Carmichael has been updated to reflect new case law and legislation, and to highlight recent trends relating to both traditional and offshore trusts. The book provides a core text for students of trusts law in the Commonwealth Caribbean, comprehensively covering general legal principles and analyzing key Caribbean and English cases.

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