Lacey, Wells and Quick Reconstructing Criminal Law: Text and Materials (Law in Context) Paperback – 27 May 2010
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This text offers the definitive examination of criminal law in context. Exploring the philosophical, social and political environment in which it operates, it gives the student the most complete picture available. With relevant case law and material integrated throughout, it is simply essential reading for students of criminal law.
About the Author
Celia Wells is Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Bristol, where her research focuses on criminal law and, in particular, corporate criminal liability. In 2006 she was awarded the OBE for services to legal education.
Oliver Quick is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the School of Law, University of Bristol, where he teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses in criminal law, criminal justice, medical law and public health law.
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on 3 July 2014
All credit to Lacey, Wells for publishing this excellent textbook. On the GDL the reference book for Criminal law was Smith and Hogan. However I never broke the spine. The formatting of this book is excellent. Statutes such as the fraud act and offences against the person are printed in full, and after each statute there is some excellent analysis, as well as extracts from cases which illustrate the legislation. There is no awkward cross referencing between the case notes, statute and commentary. Hopefully this book helped me to do well with the exam. An invaluable guide.