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SWOTs are a series of study aids for law students, covering law subjects at every level, from A level and degree to LPC and Bar exams. The books in the series point out the problems which may be encountered by the student throughout the course, indicating the common pitfalls which contribute to under-achievement or failure in exams. ""SWOT""s are written by experienced law lecturers who are themselves examiners. Years of watching students make the same mistakes time after time have convinced them that these mistakes could be avoided if students followed a carefully structured approach to exam technique. This ""SWOT"" volume should help students to understand the English legal system, both as a distinct and separate subject and also in its relationship with other substantive law subjects. This edition reflects the most important developments that have occurred since 1992, particularly continuing changes to the criminal justice system, including: the Criminal Appeal Act 1995, Lord Woolf's consideration of access to justice, the 1995 Green Paper on Legal Aid, solicitor's rights of audience in the higher courts and the use of Hansard as an aid to statutory interpretation.