Company Law in Context: Text and materials (Paperback)David Kershaw (author)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 944
Weight: 1647 g
Dimensions: 244 x 178 x 46 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
Kershaw takes seriously the aim of providing a theoretically grounded analysis, remaining accessible to students, with relevant questions to consider. * Chris Riley, Reader in Law, Durham University *
The book is very readable, and the focus on 'real-world' scenarios and illustrations adds a dimension that is often lacking. * Dr Sandra Frisby, Baker & McKenzie Associate Professor and Reader in Company and Commercial Law, University of Nottingham *
If I could go back in time I would have definitely purchased the book; it would have assisted me greatly. * Jamie Cowan, undergraduate law student, University of Hull and Antwerpen *
This is an excellent book which adopts a contextual approach to the subject with some very interesting excerpts from key academic articles. I also enjoy the use of the case study as it enables students to contextualise a lot of the issues. * Mr David Cabrelli, Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law, the University of Edinburgh *
Students who read this book emerge from their course equipped with an excellent understanding of company law, as well as an ability to critique the law in an intelligent and knowledgeable manner. Kershaw's contribution will be a welcome addition to both undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as an excellent point of reference for the seasoned researcher. * Dr Justin Borg-Barthet, writing in The Modern Law Review, Volume 73, May 2011 *
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