OverviewLaw in Commerce is an easily accessible text for business law students. The strong pedagogical features include flow charts and diagrams as well as boxed 'in practice' advice and case summaries. The extensive ancillary material, including a student webquiz, chapter links to cases, news and flashcards, encourages students to engage with the subject while the lecturer support, including solutions for assessment, powerpoint slides for classes, multiple choice questions and short questions and answers, are also popular with lectures adopting the book. Features • 'Setting the scene' vignettes at the start of each chapter to excite the students and places the law into real life examples. • New four-colour design. • Learning support to assist lecturers with class preparation: solutions for assessment, PowerPoint slides, multiple choice questions, short question and answers. Related Titles Pentony et al, Understanding Business Law, 6th edition, 2012 Parker and Veljanovski, LNSG Business Law, 2008 Pentony and Lennard, LNCS Business Law, 2011 Harris, Hargovan and Adams, Australian Corporate Law, 3rd edition, 2011 Fitzpatrick, Symes, Veljanovsk, Business and Corporations Law, 2010 With Lexis® Learning, you can access interactive eLearning tools and supporting academic materials, whenever and wherever you choose to study. Visit the website to view features and benefits. Look for the Lexis Learning symbol on your textbooks. After purchasing your textbook, a LexisNexis representative will be in contact with you to provide your log-in details to access Lexis Learning Tools.