Jowitt's Dictionary of English Law

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Jowitt's Dictionary of English Law is a comprehensive law dictionary covering the law of England and Wales, providing explanations of legal terms and their historical context.

The first edition (Dictionary of English Law) compiled by William Jowitt, 1st Earl Jowitt (1885–1957), was published posthumously in 1959, completed by Clifford Walsh.

The second edition was published in 1977, edited by John Burke.[1]

The third edition, edited by Daniel Greenberg, was published in 2010.[2]

The fourth edition, edited by Daniel Greenberg, was published in 2015.[3]

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  1. ^ Cambridge Law Journal: Review of 2nd Edition
  2. ^ London: Sweet & Maxwell. ISBN 9781847036261
  3. ^ London: Sweet & Maxwell. ISBN 9780414051140

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