Think like a lawyer; unlock your future.
Connecting with Law, fourth edition, will challenge students’ assumptions and develop their critical thinking skills while teaching them the practical knowledge they need to succeed in law.
This cheap yet invaluable textbook is fully revised to incorporate the latest legal developments in Australia.
Described as one of the most indispensable law books of our time, this publication introduces students to the foundations of law and the Australian legal system, engaging them with contemporary examples and case studies and helping them to connect with the law.
New to This Edition:
Updated to incorporate the latest legislation, cases and developments, including: the recent Australian Marriage Postal Survey, the First Nations Constitutional Convention and the Uluru Statement from the Heart, the Adani coal mine proposal Equality, Capacity and Disability in Commonwealth Laws (ALRC Report 124).
New and updated examples and exercises throughout the text to develop practical skills and develop critical thinking and reflective skills.
Significantly revised throughout, with new discussion on: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)Indigenous Jurisprudence, Ecological Jurisprudence Sovereignty and imposition of English law, Technocratic justice, Freedom of speech, Marginalised communities and access to justice.
New practitioner profiles showcasing a diverse array of careers in the legal profession and beyond.
New Oxford Ascend Digital Student Resources to help student’s study and succeed.