‘Learning the Law’ by Glanville Williams: A Book Review
Muhammad Amir Munir
Senior Instructor, Punjab Judicial Academy
Punjab University Law Journal, Vol. LIV, pp. 117-120, 1997
The book review is about Glanville Williams famous book on learning the law.
"THIS is not a textbook, and it is not a book that is likely to be prescribed in any examination syllabus. It is, I hope, a book that the law students will read voluntarily," writes Williams at the very beginning of the book and of course is being read by a large majority of law students globally, which is proved by the fact that it has gone through its 14th edition since its birth in 1945.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 6
Keywords: Learning the law, Glanville Williams, studying law, moots, understanding law, knowing law, law school, law college, courts
JEL Classification: K40Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: September 13, 2011
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