I don't normally write reviews for the books I buy on Amazon, but I cannot stress how brilliant this book actually is.
I bought it thinking it would show me good examples of how to tackle problem questions on this topic. It, in fact, does far more. Despite not laying out the answers as I usually would in an official exam, it covers all the issues raised detailing everything that should be covered in a good answer.
The key thing making this book so good is, strangely, not the exemplar answers, but instead the summary of each topic within this area of law succinctly at the beginning of each chapter. It lists the case law and the relevant principles bringing everything together VERY well. I should have bought this book not 10 days before my exam, but 10 weeks before. It acts as a great revision guide when bringing everything together and revising for the exams.
Others may have very different views and experiences, but for me, this is definitely one for the bookshelf.
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