Legal system of United Kingdom

  • Introduction

  • The Crown
  • Law Making Procedure
  • Common Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • police and Criminal Laws
    • Difference Between Civil and Criminal Law
    • English Law
    • The Rule of Law
    • What are Precedents
    • The Doctrine of Precedent
    • The Crown Prosecution Service
    • British Constitution without having it
    • Classification of Powers of Appointment
    • Rising Prison Population
  • Courts

    • Magistrates Courts
    • High Court
    • Supreme Court
    • Moving to Crown Court
    • Court of Protection
    • Contempt of Court
    • Director of Public Prosecutions
    • Legal Services Act 2007
    • Statutory Interpretation
  • Juries

    • Right to Trial by Jury
    • Jury Qualifications and Disqualifications
    • When are Juries Used
    • Jury Selection Process
    • Jury Service
    • Lay Magistrates Juries
  • Solicitors

    • Solicitors
    • Alternative Roles for Solicitors
    • Solicitors Code of Conduct
    • Complaints About Solicitors
    • Private Information Given to Solicitor
    • Public Funding
  • Barristers

    • Barristers
    • Barristers Code of Conduct
    • Complaints About Barristers
    •  Pro Bono cases
  • Law as a Careers

    • How to Become a Solicitor
    • Becoming a Solicitor Without a Degree
    • GDL Law Conversion Courses
    • Notary Public
    • Law Firms
  • National security and interests of the state