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Readings 1 and 4: Slapper, G. and Kelly, D. (2003) The English Legal System, Cavendish Publishing Limited
Reading 3: Slapper, G. (2000) ‘Castles built on law’, New Law Journal, Vol. 150, No. 6941, 23 June 2000
Reading 5: Slapper, G. (1998) ‘Pure genius or plagiarism?’ The Times, 25 August 1998 © News International Syndication
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