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Civil Procedure The White Book Service 2012



30 March 2012

Sweet and Maxwell


2 x HB + CD-ROM

Civil Procedure The White Book Service 2012

Editor: Editor in Chief: The Right Honourable Lord Justice Jackson


Offering unrivalled knowledge, practical guidance, and insight into civil procedure, The White Book gives you everything you need to practice to your optimum potential, whether in the county courts, High Court or Court of Appeal.

Ensuring you have the highest quality of information at every stage of your case, coverage spans commentary on specific practice areas, procedural guides, litigation and procedural topics, court guides and a wealth of CPR and miscellaneous practice directions. With two updating print supplements and 10 issues of Civil Procedure News, plus access to the online White Book Updating Service, subscribers to The White Book are kept fully briefed on changes throughout the year.

So, if having dynamic and authoritative insight on civil procedure is something you think you should have, think respected, think comprehensive - think The White Book.

About the Editor

The Right Honourable Lord Justice Jackson Lord Justice of Appeal, Honorary Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge