I apologise if one is proscribed to discuss other websites, but what are some other excellent, reputable, helpful, well-organized forums about jurisprudence and studying law. I tried Google but it returned only doubtful results.
I'm looking for something like StackExchange, but they only have a beta proposal for Law that's not (yet) operational: http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/67858/law
Please sign up there to improve the study of law and the lives of law students!
I already tried the subforum Thinking of studying Law? - Q&A, http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=979
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Last edited by fpcjord; 13-07-2014 at 17:31.
- 12-07-2014 17:38
(Original post by fpcjord)
- 12-07-2014 22:25
I apologise if one is proscribed to ask about other websites, but I wanted to learn about other excellent, reputable, helpful, well-organized forums about jurisprudence and studying law. I tried Google but it returned too many doubtful results.
there are however countless of blogs by really intelligent law students, studying in prestigious UK universities.
do a google or a search on this forum.
there's been multiple threads on the books that are must reads for people like you and I.
I would suggest the following.
Kate Malleson - English Legal System
Catherine Barnard - What About the Law?
Marcel Berlins - The Law Machine
Don't worry too much about American judicial decisions.
You will already have too much on your plate with UK cases.
This is an excellent site for people like you and me for reading court judgments.
read this cases.
if you can't handle them then consider doing another course of studies.