Develop the core knowledge and skills demanded in advanced law classes as part of HNC and HND courses with this second edition of Introductory Scots Law: Theory and Practice. Attractively designed, this user-friendly textbook offers straightforward and accessible coverage of the key areas of Scots Law and the most recent developments within it. The second edition:- is fully revised to include the most up to date legal developments and case lawdevotes greater attention to the practical side of contemporary Scots Law, featuring exemplar legal documents to aid understanding- contains frequent summary Key Points and in-depth Test your Knowledge tasks to consolidate knowledge- provides full answers and a range of invaluable e-resources at www.hoddereducation.co.uk/introscotslaw, including additional case studies and samples of procedures and paperwork- is also suitable for introductory law units in other fields (such as professional studies) as well as offering a source of highly accessible reference material for a more general readership
Sean Crossan has lectured in law at further and higher level for almost ten years and works part-time for an employment law practice in Glasgow. He holds an Honours degree in Business Law, an Honours Degree in English Law and an Msc in Social Research. Alistair Wylie has lectured in further education for over eight years. He holds an honours degree in Business Law and a PGCE and Masters in Education and has worked for the Higher Still Development Unit and the SQA.