Company Law provides a succinct and accessible account of the law, demystifying complex topics without over-simplification. The book focuses on key principles taught on undergraduate courses as well as exploring elements of corporate theory.
Condenses an extremely complex subject and focuses on core principles helping students to understand the subject without compromising on academic integrity
Includes analysis of corporate theory, which is often omitted from company law textbooks
Includes a strong pedagogical structure with i) chapter introductions - enabling students to orientate themselves within the various aspects of company law; ii) further reading - providing avenues for further study; iii) self-test questions - reinforcing learning, supporting revision, and assisting with examination recall