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    Hi all,

    I am an aspiring social entrepreneur, and at the moment. I am developing my skills and knowledge.

    I have always loved law and all its aspects, I have just finished Reading
    Law: a very short introduction and I would like to learn more.

    My question would be, what books should I read in order to further my knowledge in Law? I am not looking to become a lawyer neither am I looking to replace a lawyer's advice, I just would like to be Law savvy in my chosen career path as a social entrepreneur to protect myself and others.

    I have done some research and I have identified these 3 books:

    1) Business Law 2017-2018, Twenty-fifth edition by J. Scott Slorach and Jason Ellis, Oxford press.

    2) Foundations for the LPC 2017-2018 Twenty-first edition, by Clare Firth, Elizabeth Smart, Kathryn Wright, Lucy Crompton, Helen Fox, Frances Seabridge, and Susan Wigglesworth, June 2017, Oxford press.

    3) Civil Litigation 2017-2018, Tenth Edition by Susan Cunningham-Hill and Karen Elder, June 2017, Oxford press.

    Thank you a lot and I hope you have a lovely day.

    P.S: I am university educated if that helps with the recommendations.
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    Anyone, please?
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