2nd edition by Matthew Butterick
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER An expert and eloquent account of much that has gone wrong with our [England Wales] criminal law procedures: this book is accurate, informative and sensibly points the way to pragmatic reforms Geoffrey Robertson QC
Author: Justin Sprogis is an award-winning (truly!) lawyer. Justin helps readers learn how they can use the law to their advantage, like getting out of a speeding ticket or marrying a cousin. No lawyers required. Permission to link to his website kindly granted by the author -> Justin Sprogis.
This book is for anyone invested in the future of the legal profession... Permission to use her book cover image and to link to her amazon page kindly granted by the author -> Michele DeStefano.
The journey to unlock your potential, be a maven and claim your innovation power starts here. Get ready to raise your IQ2.0 [Innovation Intelligence] and be bold, curious and disruptive. Permission to link to her website kindly granted by the author -> Anna Lozynski.
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by two-time Pullitzer Prize winner and investigative reporter for The Wall Street Journal -> John Carreyrou
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The Federation Press is an independent, Australian-owned and run publishing company specialising in legal, social and academic books. It was founded in 1987 by Kathryn Fitzhenry, Christopher Holt and Diane Young.
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Tim’s book became an international bestseller, and he has since written for Harvard Business Review, Fortune, or Psychology Today, and has spoken at conferences and companies worldwide. Meanwhile, Till served as the CMO of a ridesharing startup in Munich, and has continued to perform as the singer of an almost-retired punk rock band.