Mudge, R. (2023) ‘Statutory interpretation’, A-Level Law, 18 (3), pp.28-29.
A guide to statutory interpretation in the English legal system. Statutory interpretation is a law-making topic. Examiners will want to test your understanding and knowledge of its main features.
Mitchell, A. (2022) ‘Jury equity and the Colston verdict’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (1), p.34.
Explaining the concept of jury equity in relation to a recent case.
Marshall, A. (2022) ‘Examination focus: judicial precedent’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (1), pp.22-23.
The impact of the 1966 Practice Statement on judicial precedent.
Ithier, L. (2022) ‘Regulation of legal professionals’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (1), p.14-15.
Laura Ithier provides a brief overview of the regulation of solicitors, barristers and legal executives, including the consequences for these practitioners of breaching professional standards.
Bayliss, G. (2021) ‘Employment tribunals explained’, A Level Law Review, 16 (3), p.34.
Employment tribunals (ETs) are specialist courts dealing with disputes that lie outside the jurisdiction of the civil court system.
Beauman, C. (2021) ‘Medical consent and the law’, A Level Law Review, 16 (2), pp.12-13.
Is medical consent a complication that shifts with time, or a fundamental defendable right?
Diaz, A. M. (2021) ‘The Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018: the end of the learner driver?’, A Level Law Review, pp.26-27.
Alex Martin Diaz explains how the law is changing for driverless vehicles.
Bayliss, G. (2020) ‘Juries and human rights’, A Level Law Review, 16 (1), pp.12-15.
Giles Bayliss explores the relationship between jury composition and the right to a fair trial.
Mitchell, A. (2020) ‘Great judges: Lady Hale’, A Level Law Review, 15 (2), p.34.
Andrew Mitchell looks at the influence and achievements of the President of the Supreme Court, who is due to retire in January 2020.
Russell, S. (2019) ‘Fault in civil and criminal law’, A Level Law Review, 15 (1), pp.2-4.
Looks at how the concept of fault interacts with criminal law and the law of tort.
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