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Law Alive: The New Zealand Legal System in Context 1 edition

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"In New Zealand legal circles, it has been increasingly acknowledged that law does not exist in isolation form the rest of society."

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Law Alive: The New Zealand Legal System in Context
1

Published 2008 by Oxford University Press in South Melbourne .
Written in English.

About the Book

Law Alive is an innovative introduction to the New Zealand legal system, adopting a ‘law in context’ approach that will encourage students to see the law as a living part of the political, social, economic and cultural life of a nation. Covering all key areas of study in a legal system course, this text is written in an engaging style that will spark the attention of students. With a focus on current events (eg: The Treaty of Waitangi is included as is a discussion about the foreshore/seabed controversy) the book shows how the law works beyond the theory in a real-life context.

First Sentence

In New Zealand legal circles, it has been increasingly acknowledged that law does not exist in isolation form the rest of society.

Edition Notes

Genre
Law

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL23375539M
ISBN 10
0195558758
ISBN 13
9780195558753
Library Thing
6907514
Goodreads
6366810

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