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Is a degree in Law worth it?

This is one of the most common questions I get asked, both from students and from those who are...
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Statute Creation

THE FORMAL PROCESS OF STATUTE CREATION AND THE LEGISLATIVE ROLE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMOMS, HOUSE...
University Law

Case Law on Goods and Services

Are there common principles underpinning the case law on goods and services? Give reasons for...
Law (general)

The Skills Required for Law

Law is best taught as a vocational subject, so that it enriches a person's learning through...

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  • Is a degree in Law worth it? Editor's Pick

    Louise Ravenscroft University Law Tutor (Telford) Picture This is one of the most common questions I get asked, both from students and from those who are curious to know what it's like studying law at university level. Having done both a normal degree and two law degrees, I feel I am somewhat able to inform the enquirer as to the whether the experience...
  • An example of a good abstract

    Katharine O University Law Tutor (East London) Picture Writing a good abstract is an important skill. It is this piece of writing that will hopefully entice a reader to look up the full text of the dissertation. Below is the abstract of my Law dissertation. The text of the dissertation, based on extensive research, is held in the Middlesex...
  • When you believe you can't do it...

    University Law Tutor (Brighton) Picture I still remember my first month of legal studies like it was yesterday. I was working full time while attending university three evenings a week, and for the first few weeks I will freely admit that there times when I just didn't believe I could do it. The volume of work took my breath away:...

 

  • In Defense of the Law of Tort Editor's Pick

    A-level Law Tutor (Tonbridge) Picture Students instinctively resist the appeal of tort. I was not alone in pre-emptively concluding that the law of Tort seemed to represent those difficult and inaccessible areas of the law. The very nomenclature seems dry - the word 'tort' stemming ultimately from the Medieval Latin word 'tortum',...
  • Why Study Law?

    A-level Law Tutor (Birmingham) Picture Law is one of the most useful and interesting academic subjects that you can study.  Law students not only learn about different areas of law, e.g. Criminal Law, Contract Law, Family Law, but also how the legal system operates: how law is made, how the courts work and how judges interpret law....
  • Another Side of Lord Denning?

    A-level Law Tutor (Dudley) Picture Lord Denning is a favourite of law students, however it can be argued that we look at his judgments through rose tinted glasses. He delivers his judgments with such charm, yet straightforward no nonsense talking approach that he is a joy to read. It was first stated to me however by a lecturer...