The Public Law of Wales

In the wake of the new legislative powers given to the National Assembly for Wales, the law applicable in Wales on devolved matters will become increasingly divergent from that in England. Lawyers and law students in Wales (and in certain parts of England) will therefore need to be able to identify and access the relevant law for Wales. For the first time ever, the series will provide much-needed books providing a comprehensive examination and presentation of Welsh law: what that law is and how it differs from the law applicable in England, to meet the needs of Welsh lawyers and those currently practising within the devolved environment, as well as students and teachers.

Series Editor: Professor Thomas Glyn Watkin, former First Welsh Legislative Counsel, Assembly Government; Professor of Law and Head of Bangor Law School; Professor of Law, Cardiff Law School.

Would you like to write for this series? We’d love to hear from you. Please contact Chris Richards, Commissioning and Editorial Assistant at UWP, with your proposal, including a brief synopsis of the proposed work: To read more on the information we require at proposal stage, see our Publish With Us page.


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