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  • Author(s) Nicholas J McBride; Sandy Steel
  • Edition2
  • Published03162018
  • PublisherMacmillan International Higher Education
  • ISBN9781352002430
Two primary markets:  (i) undergraduate courses in jurisprudence, particularly 2nd/3rd year courses, most likely as further reading for the keenest students;  (ii) taught post-graduate courses in jurisprudence. Though the kind of sales suggest a library sale, the sustained sales suggest there must be individual purchases too. Virtually all undergraduate law degrees have jurisprudence modules, usually optional but also compulsory. Secondary markets include: (i) academics: both specialist legal theorists as well as academics seeking a critical take on familiar jurisprudential ideas; (ii) law libraries.

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  • Author(s) Nicholas J McBride; Sandy Steel
  • Edition2
  • Published03162018
  • PublisherMacmillan International Higher Education
  • ISBN9781352002430
Two primary markets:  (i) undergraduate courses in jurisprudence, particularly 2nd/3rd year courses, most likely as further reading for the keenest students;  (ii) taught post-graduate courses in jurisprudence. Though the kind of sales suggest a library sale, the sustained sales suggest there must be individual purchases too. Virtually all undergraduate law degrees have jurisprudence modules, usually optional but also compulsory. Secondary markets include: (i) academics: both specialist legal theorists as well as academics seeking a critical take on familiar jurisprudential ideas; (ii) law libraries.
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