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ZERO in Cockroach Traps ( Attracts & Kills Cockroaches,Woodlice,Earwigs & Oth...
ZERO in Cockroach Traps ( Attracts & Kills Cockroaches,Woodlice,Earwigs & Oth...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Dubious, 2 Aug 2014
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Did not get the 6 pack I ordered. got a 4 pack of a different trap with similar packaging and judging by the poor build quality (had to cut them loose as the pre-cut grooves weren't cut enough and roofs came off when separating them out) i don't hold much hope for them catching anything. time will tell and i'll update accordingly


The Law Machine
The Law Machine
by Marcel Berlins
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Invaluable to the law degree beginner, 28 April 2001
This review is from: The Law Machine (Paperback)
Few writers manage accurately guide the reader through the maze that is the English Legal System. Perhaps, even fewer manage to present it in the logical and comprehensible manner that most, new, law students require. The Law Machine offers a complete overview of the English Legal System from the frontline Citizens Advice Bureaux to highest, domestic court, the House of Lords, It provides detailed factual information and well-reasoned critique of the issues and problems, that are continually moulding the development of our legal system. For me, the Law Machine's strength lies in the fact that unlike so many legal textbooks its not wholly rooted in the past. The Law machine looks to the future, to introduction of a Criminal Defence Service, the increasingly unsustainable split legal professions and the recent incorporation of the European Convention of Human Rights. In essence, it is a book that is an invaluable introduction to the English Legal System, well-suited to students of A-Level law and law degree undergradutes. There's hope out there for all us law students and it begins here.


The Law Machine
The Law Machine
by Marcel Berlins
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

40 of 45 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Invaluable to the law degree beginner, 28 April 2001
This review is from: The Law Machine (Paperback)
Few writers manage accurately guide the reader through the maze that is the English Legal System. Perhaps, even fewer manage to present it in the logical and comprehensible manner that most, new, law students require. The Law Machine offers a complete overview of the English Legal System from the frontline Citizens Advice Bureaux to highest, domestic court, the House of Lords, It provides detailed factual information and well-reasoned critique of the issues and problems, that are continually moulding the development of our legal system. For me, the Law Machine's strength lies in the fact that unlike so many legal textbooks its not wholly rooted in the past. The Law machine looks to the future, to introduction of a Criminal Defence Service, the increasingly unsustainable split legal professions and the recent incorporation of the European Convention of Human Rights. In essence, it is a book that is an invaluable introduction to the English Legal System, well-suited to students of A-Level law and law degree undergradutes. There's hope out there for all us law students and it begins here.


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