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CBA Discounts

Archbold 2017:

Archbold 2017 – In use in all Crown Courts

Thomson Reuters are delighted to offer a 55% discount on the 2017 edition of Archbold to all pupil barristers and new tenants who are within five years of call. 

Don’t miss out on the brand new Sentencing Guidelines volume. Archbold is so much more than just a book.  Download your Special Order Form HERE.


Blackstone’s Criminal Practice 2017:

Blackstone’s Criminal Practice 2017 has been selected by the Ministry of Justice to become the principal practitioner text in all criminal courts in England and Wales. Authored by a team of experts led by General Editors, David Ormerod and David Perry QC, you can trust Blackstone’s Criminal Practice to be your essential companion through every stage of your trial.

Oxford University Press is delighted to offer members of the CBA a discount of 20% off Blackstone’s Criminal Practice 2017 (publishing October 2016). The full digital pack includes not just the book and updating supplements, but also a superfast app for iOS and Android, and an eBook for use on PC and Mac, ensuring that you have access to the latest developments in criminal law and procedure, wherever you are.

The book and digital pack can be purchased directly HERE  /  Discount code ALFLY5F 

Witness Testimony in Sexual Cases - 15% discount to CBA Members:

'Witness Testimony in Sexual Cases', with a foreword by Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, the Lord Chief Justice, comprises a set of searching and useful essays on this difficult and controversial topic by leading lawyers, scientists, psychiatrists, psychologists and others. It successfully sets out to assist Judges, legal practitioners and investigating police officers in the quest for the truth when sexual assaults are alleged. It compliments 'black letter law' text books on the law relating to sexual offences and constitutes a balanced treatment of those areas which are of importance both to complainants and suspects/defendants alike. It follows and supplements its sister volumes in the Witness Testimony series - 'Analysing Witness Testimony', Blackstone Press , 1999 (with a foreword by Lord Bingham of Cornhill when Lord Chief Justice) and 'Witness Testimony: Psychological, Investigative and Evidential Perspectives', Oxford University Press, 2006 (with a foreword by Lord Justice Judge, as he then was) and is a most welcome addition to these.

'It would be difficult to find a more lucid analysis of statutory provision and authority which can be applied in Crown Courts nationwide, given the wisdom, scholarship and good sense offered by this book'  - The Rt Hon Lady Justice Rafferty QC, Chairman of the Board of the Judicial College of England and Wales

'This book is a wonderful resource and required reading for those who need to understand this subject. It combines a wealth of valuable material from different disciplines with great practical insight' - Nicholas Hilliard QC, The Recorder of London'

The book covers everything you need to know about the trial of sexual offences'  - from the speech given by Lord Thomas, the Lord Chief Justice, at the launch event held in Grays Inn on 14th March 2016


The Sexual Offences Referencer - 15% discount for CBA Members:

Oxford University Press is delighted to offer members of the CBA a discount of 15% off the new edition of The Sexual Offences Referencer.  An easy to follow and accessible guide, The Sexual Offences Referencer contains all the technical information needed in sexual offences cases. Setting out the correct indictments and sentencing provisions for the different sexual offences dating back to 1943, the book covers all cases which might be prosecuted, bringing together old and new laws into one authoritative source.  The new edition will be published next month and can be pre-ordered directly from HERE. Online orders will be delivered free of charge.

Bloomsbury Publishing - discounts on titles from the Criminal Practice Series:

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