‘What about Law?’ counters the perception that Law is a dry,
dull subject. On the contrary, it shows how the study of Law can be fun, intellectually stimulating, challenging and of direct relevance to students. Using a case study approach , the book introduces prospective law students to the legal system, as well as to legal reasoning, critical thinking and argument. This is a book that should be in the library of every school with a sixth form, every college and every university, and it is one that any student about to embark on the study of Law should read before they commence their legal studies.

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EDITORS
Catherine Barnard is Professor of European Union Law and Employment Law, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Janet O’Sullivan is a Senior Lecturer in Law, Fellow of Selwyn College, Cambridge and winner of the Cambridge University Pilkington teaching prize for excellence in university teaching.
Graham Virgo is Professor of English Law, Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge and winner of the Cambridge University Pilkington teaching prize for excellence in university teaching.

OTHER AUTHORS
Mark Elliott is a Senior Lecturer in Law, and Fellow and Director of Studies in Law at St Catharine's College, Cambridge.
Kevin Gray is Professor of Law, FBA and a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Tony Weir is Emeritus Reader in Law and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.