British legal publisher Justis is offering a free download of a document entitled Court Structures of the Common Law World
(free registration required):
"Understanding how and why different courts operate can be a time-consuming, headache-inducing task."
"It doesn't have to be, though. We've done the legal legwork for you and crammed it all into an easy-to-read 59-page eBook, Court Structures of the Common Law World."
"Download your free copy and discover:
- The judicial hierarchy of 20 jurisdictions, including the UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada and Jamaica – all illustrated in handy diagrams
- The historical and political backgrounds to these case studies
- How key cases have laid the foundations for constitutional change"
Labels: comparative and foreign law, courts, legal history