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Dale McFadzean is Lecturer in Law at the University of the West of Scotland. He is the author of Scottish Administrative Law Essentials (Dundee University Press, 2006), Public Law Essentials (Dundee University Press, 2007), Scots Law for Students: An Introduction (Dundee University Press, 2007), An Introduction to Law and Legal Obligations 2nd ed. (Dundee University Press, 2009) and Legal Method Essentials (Dundee University Press, 2010). Lynn Irvine is Head Law Librarian at Glasgow Caledonian University.