This post was contributed by Colin Munro, tutor in Public Law. A report published in July revealed that, slowly but steadily, the second chamber has
This post was contributed by Lucinda Pattison, Teaching Fellow for Undergraduate Laws. The last big shake up in relation to land registration law was in October
This post was contributed by Eloise Ellis, Senior Lecturer in Law. The famously unwritten Constitution of the United Kingdom has many quirks and unusual features,
This post was contributed by Anne Street, tutor for Undergraduate Laws. I remember when I started studying law I could see legal issues all around
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This post was contributed by Professor John Strawson of the University of East London. Jurisprudence helps us understand the way law works and also the