Gain an understanding of UK public law, including looking back at the historical development and forward to important changes to come. This course is for those who want to supplement a university law course or those with a general interest in UK public law.
This course provides an overview of the essential aspects of UK public law spanning from the nature of the constitution to the specific avenues for redress available to individuals challenging the state. This course will not only consider the historical development of public law but will also look to important changes on the horizon arising from Brexit and Covid-19. This course will be helpful for those seeking to supplement their public law course at university or for those who are interested in understanding UK public law from a comparative perspective. By the end of this course, students will feel fully confident with UK public law.
8 HOURS Total Length
Parliament and Parliamentary Sovereignty
Separation of Powers and the Rule of Law
The UK and the EU After Brexit
Common Law: Fundamental Rights and Human Rights I
Common Law: Fundamental Rights and Human Rights II
The Future of the Constitution
Abe is a recent law graduate passionate about passing on what he has learned to the next generation of law students! Not only does he have a specific concentration in German Law, but he is able to teach all LLB modules.