French Legal System

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Pearson/Longman, 2006 - 351 pages
Provides a topical introduction in English to the French legal system. Offering explanations of the sources of French Law, court structure and characteristics of the legal process, this work features a useful foundation for the study of more specific and substantive areas of French Law."It is an eminently readable book and the authors are to be applauded for having included so much in such a modest space. I strongly recommend this book to English-speaking lawyers"--The foreword by Lord Slynn. This book provides a topical introduction in English to the French legal system. Providing highly readable explanations of the sources of French Law, court structure and characteristics of the legal process, "French Legal System" provides an essential foundation for the study of more specific and substantive areas of French Law. It brings key issues to life, and places the law in its context, by including material from the political arena showing how the French legal system operates in practice. It contains chapters on academic and professional law studies in France, and practical illustrations of how to structure essays and exercises, invaluable for students on exchange programmes, including Erasmus/ Socrates schemes. Each chapter contains chapter bibliographies and internet links which enable students to research relevant material and expand their reading. It includes an extensive glossary of key French legal terms

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