This edition of The Student Law Review Yearbook brings together all the most pertinent articles and case notes from the 2000 issues of The Student Law Review (Spring-Autumn 2000,Volumes 29 -31)
Published three times a year, The Student Law Review provides up to date coverage across the whole law syllabus. No other publication is as comprehensive and as accessible. Clear, concise case notes illustrate the significant facts and consequences of recent judgments, and changes to legislation are expertly summarised and explained. The Student Law Review also highlights important examination topics.
Most importantly, The Student Law Review is written to the highest standards. The editor and all contributors are acknowledged experts, with many years of experience of law practice and teaching. This combination of accessibility, clarity and academic excellence has made the Student Law Review the most popular publication for law students, and most respected by law lecturers.
The Yearbook is designed to be a convenient and comprehensive guide to legal developments over the past year. It is organised by subject and contains a cumulative index to all articles and cases featured in the Student law Review and the Yearbooks.