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SWOT: Constitutional and Administrative Law 4th ed

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Robert G. LeeProfessor of Law, Cardiff Law School, Mark StallworthySolicitor and Director, Centre for Professional Legal Education, University of East Anglia, Norwich

ISBN13: 9781854313379
ISBN: 1854313371
Published: May 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This volume is part of the ""SWOTS"" series of study aids for law students, covering law subjects at every level, from A level anddeegree to LPC and Bar exams. ""SWOTS"" point out the problems which are encountered by the student throughout the course, indicating the common pitfalls which contribute to under-achievement or failure in exams.;This book takes the student through the difficult areas of constitutional and administrative law, which can often be daunting subjects. It offers a common-sense approach which should help the student to understand the subject, from constitutional conventional and Parliamentary sovereignty to police powers and public order. It explains how to plan revision, and prepare for assessment and the examination. The author was previously a lecturer in law at the University of Lancaster and is co-author of ""Blackstone's Statutes on Public Law"" and ""Blackstone's Guide to the Human Fertilization and Embryology Act 1990"".

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Subjects:
Student Revision Aids
Contents:
Part 1 Surviving in the assessment jungle: cheating at exams; systematic study; good habits; course work; changing patterns of assessment; semesterization and assessment; forms of course work.
Part 2 Preparing for examinations: beginning revision; continuing revision and beginning to cheat; revising is more than remembering; remembering... and forgetting; exercise for the examination; motivation.
Part 3 Coping with examinations: before the examination; examination qualities; in the examination room; choosing questions; planning your answer; answering essay questions; answering problem questions.
Part 4 Constitutional conventions: the nature of conventions; revision; the examination.
Part 5 Parliamentary supremacy: the traditional view; departures from the traditional view; possible limitations; revision; the examination.
Part 6 European Community law: an outline of the European institutions; sources of EC law; the incorporation of EC law into the UK; revision; the examination.
Part 7 Parliamentary p