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Here is a round-up of some of the recent key legal updates relating to Paper 1 Criminal Law and Paper 2 Tort Law…

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The law on claims for psychiatric harm has developed over a number of years. Victims are classified as either primary, being within the original zone of danger or secondary, being outside this....

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From 1 October 2023 there are now four, not three, tracks for cases in the civil courts to be assigned to. At the recommendation of Sir Rupert Jackson the new intermediate track has ben sandwiched...

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The right to protest can be seen to be a fundamental right indicative of a fully functioning democracy. However, of late there have been multiple instances where these such protests have majorly...

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A key case for teaching and studying gross negligence manslaughter: R v Broughton (2020), the facts, outcome and legal impact of the case. Includes; student task and further reading.

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The key case of R v Barton & Booth (2020) and how this should be used in your exam answers...

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