Law Update: Books by bus
Friday 01 October 1993
The gift of books provoked 'an astonishing reaction', she says. Many students and lecturers, even those drafting legislation, had never had new books. 'They also had an insight into the workings of the law in England and Wales and our students had a real picture of being a student in Eastern Europe. There are so many things they don't have that we take for granted, for instance compulsory third party compensation insurance.'
The boEoks - three libraries worth pounds 3,000 each - were donated by THER write errorthe legal publishers Sweet & Maxwell and Butterworths. They included legal dictionaries, basic texts on EC and international law, textbooks on areas of English law and some philosophical works. The trip was funded by the Solicitors European Group and the Law Society, with a free baggage allowance offered by the airline SAS.
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