Attempts to give students the opportunity to practise their exam techniques and evaluate their progress. This book is divided into chapters covering major topics on undergraduate law courses. Each chapter contains an introduction focusing on important legal aspects, and a flowchart is used to illustrate how to tackle questions on judicial review.
The ideal revision aid, Q&A Public Law gives students the opportunity to practise their exam techniques and evaluate and assess their progress. The book is divided into chapters covering each major topic on undergraduate law courses, and contains around fifty questions and answers designed to test even the best prepared student. Each chapter contains an introduction focusing on important legal aspects, and a flowchart is used to illustrate how to tackle questions on judicial review. After every question there is a commentary highlighting key points, followed by bullet-pointed answer plans, and finally a model answer. The authors discuss the most effective techniques for writing examination answers and tackling legal problems, showing exactly what the examiners are looking for. The authors have a long and varied experience of teaching constitutional and administrative law and related subjects at different universities. Jane Kay is now Assessments Tutor at the University of the West of England and is very much in touch with how examinations are set and marked. Online resource centre Q&A Public Law is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre providing annotated web links
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Richard Clements is Principal Lecturer in Law and Deputy Head of the School of Law at the University of the West of England, Bristol. He was formerly Lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton; he holds an LLB from Sheffield and an LLM from the University of London.
Jane Kay is Senior Lecturer in Law and Assessments Tutor at UWE. She holds an LLB and LLM from the University of Birmingham, as well as an MA from Brunel University.
Table of Contents
Preface; Table of cases; Table of statutes; 1. Introduction; 2. The nature and sources of constitutional law; 3. Parliamentary supremacy; 4. The royal prerogative; 5. Parliament; 6. Prime Minister and cabinet; 7. The Human Rights Act 1998; 8. Freedom to protest; 9. Freedom of expression; 10. Administrative law: extra-judicial redress; 11. Administrative law: judicial review; 12. Public authority proceedings; Index
Public Law: 2007-2008 by Richard Clements
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