Routledge Q&As give you the tools to practice and refine your exam technique, showing you how to apply your knowledge to maximum effect in assessment. Each book contains essay and problem-based questions on the most commonly examined topics, complete with expert guidance and model answers that help you to:
Plan your revision and know what examiners are looking for:
- Introducing how best to approach revision in each subject
- Identifying and explaining the main elements of each question, and providing marker annotation to show how examiners will read your answer
Understand and remember the law:
- Using memorable diagram overviews for each answer to demonstrate how the law fits together and how best to structure your answer
Gain marks and understand areas of debate:
- Providing revision tips and advice to help you aim higher in essays and exams
- Highlighting areas that are contentious and on which you will need to form an opinion
Avoid common errors:
- Identifying common pitfalls students encounter in class and in assessment
The series is supported by an online resource that allows you to test your progress during the run-up to exams. Features include: multiple choice questions, bonus Q&As and podcasts.
Table of Contents
1 General Aspects of Jurisprudence 2 The Nature of Law 3 Legal Positivism 4 Natural Law 5 Law and Ideology 6 Authority 7 Human Rights and Legal Theory 8 Common Law and Statute 9 Liberalism, Toleration and Punishment
David Brooke is Senior Lecturer in Law and Module Leader in Jurisprudence at Leeds Beckett University.