James Litai Releases ‘Introduction to Our Laws’

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New book gives much needed introduction to Papua New Guinea legal system.

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“Introduction to Our Laws” is a highly ingenious read that is purposely written for the teachers and students of Legal Studies at Upper Secondary Gr.11 and 12 levels.

Author James Litai has noticed through years of study and observation that a large number of people in his native Papua New Guinea do not know anything about their laws, which leaves them vulnerable to exploitation from unsavory elements of society. In“Introduction to Our Laws” (published by Xlibris AU) the author has created a truly informative read that gives readers a rudimentary introduction to the laws of Papua New Guinea.

“Introduction to Our Laws” is a highly ingenious read that is purposely written for the teachers and students of Legal Studies at Upper Secondary Gr.11 and 12 levels. It is also useful for teachers and students at lower secondary and primary level as well. The content itself is introductory basic laws of Papua New Guinea, any lay person can pickup up a copy of this book to gain the insights of introductory law.

The book is the first of its kind written by someone who is not a lawyer. This area is law field and someone from outside the box has written this and is designed to attract the attention of readers.

“Introduction to Our Laws”
By James Litai
Softcover | 6x9 in | 426 pages | ISBN 9781503509931
E-Book | 426 pages | ISBN 9781503509948
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
James Litai is not a lawyer. He has been a graduate of economics and social science with a bachelor’s in education from the Papua New Guinea University of Goroka in 2002. He hails from Sakarip Village in the Wabag District of Enga Province. He has been teaching all upper secondary social science courses in Kopen Catholic Secondary School, St. Paul’s–Pausa Lutheran Secondary School, and Sir Tei Abal Secondary School for the last 13 years in the Enga Province.

He now resides at Sir Tei Abal Secondary School survived by his wife, Ronny, and his four children, namely, Archie Litai, Jilla Litai, Liah Litai, and Wallen Litai. He hopes to further studies in law-related fields.

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