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The Public Law Concentrate is written and designed to help you succeed. Written by experts and covering all key topics, Concentrate guides help focus your revision and maximise your exam performance. Each guide includes revision tips, advice on how to achieve extra marks, and a thorough and focused breakdown of the key topics and cases. Revision guides you can rely on: trusted by lecturers, loved by students... I have always used OUP revision and Q&A books and genuinely believe they have helped me get better grades - Anthony Poole, law student, Swansea University The detail in this revision textbook is phenomenal and is just what is needed to push your exam preparation to the next level. - Stephanie Lomas, law student, University of Central Lancashire It is a little more in-depth than other revision guides, and also has clear diagrams and teaches ways to obtain extra marks. These features make it unique - Godwin Tan, law student, University College London The concentrate revision guides stand out against other revision guides - Renae Haynes Williams, law student, Bangor University The exam style questions are brilliant and the series is very detailed, prepares you well - Frances Easton, law student, University of Birmingham The accompanying website for Concentrate is the most impressive I've come across - Alice Munnelly, law student, Kings College London - it is a fantastic book. It covers absolutely all topics you need for the course. - Emma McGeorge, law student, Strathclyde University

Product Details

Author:
Colin Faragher

Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Format:
Paperback

ISBN:
9780198803898

Publication Date:
10/08/2017

Pages:
228

Dimensions:
210 x 155 x 10 mm

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