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Lloyds Introduction to Jurisprudence by Michael D. A. Freeman

Lloyds Introduction to Jurisprudence

Description : The eighth edition of the leading textbook on jurisprudence contains extracts from the works of more than a hundred jurists. These are supported by detailed introductory sections which give background and critical insight into the texts.

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Authors : Michael D. A. Freeman

Published Date : 2008

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ISBN : 0421907908

Page : 1600 Pages

Categories : Jurisprudence

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