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Twenty Recommended Books for Law Students

This list is not a mandatory pre-reading list; we certainly do not expect you to read all 20 of
these books. However, the list contains some very good and very interesting books which we
feel will prepare you well for your first year of studying law. We believe that it would be
helpful to you to read one or more of these books.

Also, please remember that law is all around you, so you should always try to read a high
quality newspaper and watch and/or listen reputable news broadcasts.

1. **What About Law?, Catherine Barnard, Janet OSullivan & Graham Virgo**
2. Eve Was Framed: Women and British Justice, Helena Kennedy
3. Just Law, Helena Kennedy
4. The Politics of the Judiciary, John Griffiths
5. The Law Machine, Marcel Berlins
6. The Jurymans Tale, Trevor Grove
7. Defending the Guilty: Truth and Lies in the Criminal Courtroom, Alex McBride
8. The Silent State: Secrets, Surveillance and the Myth of British Democracy, Heather Brooke
9. The Rule of Law, Tom Bingham
10. Letters to a Law Student: A Guide to Studying Law at University, Nicholas McBride
11. Free Speech, A Very Short Introduction, Nigel Warburton
12. Privacy, A Very Short Introduction, Raymond Wacks
13. Liberty in the Age of Terror, A Defence of Civil Liberties and Enlightenment Values, AC
Grayling
14. Can Human Rights Survive? The Hamlyn Lectures 2005, Conor Gearty
15. The Future of Reputation, Daniel Solove (available free to read on line)
16. The Assault on Liberty, What Went Wrong with Rights? Dominic Raab
17. The Abolition of Liberty, The Decline of Law and Justice in England, Peter Hitchens
18. Nineteen Eighty Four, George Orwell
19. The New British Constitution, Vernon Bogdanor
20. The Justice Game, Geoffrey Robertson