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New Phelan freshly minted!

New Phelan freshly minted!

Hard copy left, Kindle right

(buying via these links throws me a very small bungreferral fee)

Amazon doesn’t yet have an image but for those wondering about this year’s colour, it is a bit like the 2003 model but a slightly mintier green.

Early reviews:

“It would have been a lot shorter if I’d had my way.” T. May

“I’m honoured that my legacy lives on, at least in the colour choice.” D. Green

“The svelte nature of Phelan just goes to show how simple immigration law has become and how unnecessary Legal Aid really is.” T. McNally

“It’s very, er, weighty.” C. Yeo

“I’ve been using the 2nd edition and it still seems fine to me, but I’m thinking of upgrading to this new eye catching colour.” I. Lawyer

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