Professor Nelson Enonchong authors the second edition of 'Duress, Undue Influence and Unconscionable Dealing'

Mon, 14 Jan 2013

No5 Chambers are pleased to announce the publication of Professor Enonchong's book on 'Duress, Undue Influence and Unconscionable Dealing' (2nd edn, 2012).
The new edition offers an in-depth analysis of related areas of contract law, and explains how best to advise clients when bringing or defending a claim based on these principles. The latest edition includes many new UK and Commonwealth cases, and examines how the courts are developing the law in this area, and offers new ideas for practitioners drafting, interpreting and disputing contracts.
As well as practicing at No5 Chambers, Professor Nelson Enonchong is the Barber Professor of Law at Birmingham Law School, and is on the editorial board board of a number of journals.

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