Our professional law programme includes books and journals to support practising lawyers in their research and day-to-day client work. Our Law and Practice series offers rigorous analysis of substantive law, often covering elements of practice and procedure, and cross border issues. Elgar Commentaries are authoritative reference works, providing detailed interpretation of treaties, regulations and other legislative instruments. Elgar Practical Guides and Elgar Compliance Guides are aimed at those who require applied practical guidance on the procedural, commercial and substantive aspects of their legal work.
Our professional law titles are available on a multi-user basis as part of our eBook collections that can be purchased via Elgaronline and integrated into your firm’s online library. They are also available as eBooks for individuals through Google Play, ebooks.com and other ebook vendors.
Effective Communication for Lawyers
As a practising lawyer, I would rank effective communication as the most valuable skill a lawyer can possess; one that we must continually develop. The Dialogue Box is an excellent practical tool which aids that development for everyone from the first year law student to the most seasoned practitioner.’
– Tara Doyle, Matheson, Dublin, Ireland.
Effective Communication for Lawyers is an essential guide to communicating in the radically and rapidly changing environment of professional law today.
Elgar Corporate and Insolvency Law and Practice series
The Elgar Corporate and Insolvency Law and Practice series is a library of works by leading practitioners and scholars covering discrete area of law in the field. Each title will be analytical in approach, highlighting and unpicking the legal issues that are most critical and relevant to practice. Designed to be detailed, focused reference works, the books in this series aim to offer an authoritative statement on the law and practice in key topics within the fields of company law, corporate governance, corporate insolvency and personal insolvency.
Luke joined Elgar in 2000 as a commissioning editor, having spent the formative early part of his publishing career as an academic sales rep at Pearson Education. He began developing the Elgar law programme in…