Law Brief PublishingLaw Brief Publishing was founded in 2006. It publishes Law Brief Books providing practical guides for the profession, PIBULJ.COM which is the UK’s leading online PI journal and Law Brief Update which consists of a series of free legal newsletters. The co-founders are Tim Kevan and Garry Wright.
Law Brief BooksLaw Brief Publishing publishes a range of law books providing practical guides for the profession. Published and forthcoming books can be seen here.
PIBULJ.COMPIBULJ.COM is the UK's leading online personal injury journal providing around 25 new articles each month along with access to an archive of over 800 articles, CPD, books and webinars. It also provides a free email newsletter which goes out to around 11,000 people in the industry.
Law Brief UpdateLaw Brief Update is a free monthly email newsletter which provides essential updates on recent case law on all major areas of law to over 10,000 lawyers and other legal professionals.
Get early access to our new book on fatal accident claims. The official publication date is 31st May, but you can buy it online direct from ourselves today, or read a free sample chapter. Claims arising out of a Fatal Accident can be complex, high value and fraught with emotion. [...]
Now at just £49.99 if you buy direct from us, this essential guide provides practical and straightforward guidance for all lawyers conducting personal injury cases in a sports law context. Aimed at solicitors, barristers and those who might have an interest in sports injury law including sporting organisations, professional and [...]
‘The Law of Driverless Cars: An Introduction’ by Alex Glassbrook Published today, and available to buy direct from ourselves as well as from Amazon. We’ve also made a free sample chapter available online. This is the first book to consider the likely impact of driverless cars upon the law in [...]
‘A Practical Guide to Subtle Brain Injury Claims’ by Pankaj Madan ‘Subtle’ Brain Injuries are a difficult and widely misunderstood and under-diagnosed area. The term may suggest that the injury is minor when so often the effect may be extremely serious for the individual and the family and may have [...]
Means tested social security benefits normally include a capital rule, under which someone with excess capital is disqualified from the benefit. Because a windfall, such as a legacy, can thereby deprive the claimant, the rules were amended to allow compensation for personal injury to be exempt from the capital rule [...]