Evidence: 2004/2005 by Inns of Court School of Law
Contested cases are only as strong as the evidence on which they are based. A thorough working knowledge of the law of evidence is essential for any barrister, whether in the preparation of a case or in the conduct of litigation in court. The Manual examines not only the principles of evidence, but also their application in practice. By its combination of text, materials, realistic examples and problems, the Manual aims to develop in students of the subject not only a knowledge of the law of evidence, but also an understanding of the ways in which it is applied in practice. Evidence is a complex and ever-changing subject, and this Manual has been fully revised and updated to cover all recent developments in the subject. It also includes a number of new case studies, questions, diagrams and charts to aid student learning.