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Informative and accessible
on 6 January 2015
I am considering studying for a GDL and going into Law as a profession, the reaction of many to this ambition is that Law is stuffy, dry and inaccessible. This book goes along way in disproving these perceptions. Although every sphere of the professional and academic world will have boring hang ups "What About Law?" is a stimulating and accessible read for those interested in the topic. The authors write with clarity, presenting a profession and academic discipline of wide breadth applicable to many aspects of our existence. I am struggling to think of a part of civilised human life that is not informed by the Law in some manner! This book may have convinced me, I am about to read it a second time! I thoroughly recommend!