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    Could anyone recommend some extra reading material which would be beneficial for a prospective law student?
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    (Original post by mhopkins)
    Could anyone recommend some extra reading material which would be beneficial for a prospective law student?
    what modules are you studying?
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    what modules are you studying?
    I'm studying a-levels at the moment (Government and Politics, History and maths). The uni course i have looked at covers English law, Roman Law, and European Law. I'm not sure if that answers your question but hopefully it helps
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    (Original post by mhopkins)
    I'm studying a-levels at the moment (Government and Politics, History and maths). The uni course i have looked at covers English law, Roman Law, and European Law. I'm not sure if that answers your question but hopefully it helps
    Look at some of the recommended books for the Uni course you've looked at if you can see it
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    (Original post by mhopkins)
    I'm studying a-levels at the moment (Government and Politics, History and maths). The uni course i have looked at covers English law, Roman Law, and European Law. I'm not sure if that answers your question but hopefully it helps
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    i do EU law too,I i have European Union Law 4th edition by Alina Kaczorowska-Ireland, An introduction to European Law 2nd edition by Robert Schutze, european union law 2nd edition by Glenn Robinson and European Union Law 6th edition by Sweet&Maxwell

    there will be some recommendations on the internet when you look up those books anyway so you should find plenty,

    hope this helps
 
 
 
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