COMMON LAW REASONING AND INSTITUTIONS
 
1.01
 

THE STRUCTURE OF COURTS IN UK

2.01
 

THE CIVIL JUSTICE SYSTEM

2.02
 

CIVIL JUSTICE REFORMS

3.01
 

INTRODUCTION TO THE JUDICIARY

3.02
 

JUDGES & JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE EXAM APPROACH

4.01
 

STATUTORY INTERPRETATION

5.01
 

LAY PARTICIPATION

5.02
 

THE JURY

6.01
 

JUDICIAL PRECEDENT

6.02
 

THE PROBLEM WITH PRECEDENT

7.01
 

JUDICAL REASONING RULES, PRINCIPLES AND POLICIES

8.01
 

POLICE POWERS AND PACE ACT 1984

8.02
 

POLICE POWERS SUMMARY OF PACE ACT 1984

9.01
 

ACCESS TO JUSTICE AND FUNDING LEGAL SERVICES

9.02
 

COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICES - LEGAL AID

9.03
 

LEGAL AID : THE PRICE OF NOT BEING ABLE TO AFFORD IT

10.01
 

CIVIL JUSTICE REFORMS EXAM APPROACH

10.02
 

STATUTORY INTERPRETATION EXAM APPROACH

10.03
 

JURIES/ LAY MAGISTRATES EXAM APPROACH

10.04
 

JUDICIAL PRECEDENT EXAM APPROACH

11.01
 

WHAT DO WE MEAN WHEN WE SAY THAT THE  ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM IS A COMMON LAW SYSTEM?

11.02
 

SOLVING CIVIL JUSTICE PROBLEMS. WHAT MIGHT BE BEST?

11.03
 

THE POSITION OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS

11.04
 

The Doctrine of Judicial Precedent

11.05
 

JUDICIARY

11.06
 

LEGAL AID

11.07
 

THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998

 
 
 
 
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