Oxford’s local legal textbooks cover all the major subject areas of commercial law, private law, criminal justice, procedural law, public law, and jurisprudence. Our books provide a rigorous understanding of substantive principles. They also support the development of skills required by students and future legal practitioners, such as critical and analytical thinking. We also offer international works which provide perspective on fields such as Administrative Law and Roman law. Available with Lecturer support.
Commercial & Company Law
These texts are directed at students of commerce, accounting and law. Thorough,
clear and practical, they deliver legal content in a manner which supports
understanding and application.
Our upcoming Criminal Justice textbooks contain new, innovative content. They are
presented within a framework which combines academic rigour and a clear, applied
approach with enquiry and discussion.
These texts are distinguished by their clarity and depth of content, and by an
innovative approach which supports academic development and excellence.
This suite of texts combines academic rigour with accessibility within a clear, learning-
developed framework. Critical analysis and discussion is introduced at an appropriate
These texts provide comprehensive, innovative legal theory within a structure that
supports students to enquire and learn. Books such as
Civil Procedure: A Practical Guide
have an emphasis on clarity and
practical application. The texts are inter-related and cross-referenced, resulting in
a cohesive suite of books.
Providing a solid foundation of legal theory and a fresh, critical perspective, these
excellent upcoming texts are rooted within the context of a modern, post-apartheid
Oxford’s legal reference books, such as law dictionaries, provide essential,
comprehensive resources to support law students and professionals.