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    Sorry that this may be in the wrong sub-forum, I'm new to TSR and am still getting my bearings.

    For my A Level law coursework I've been set a case to analyse and provide a brief summary on.

    The only thing is, at the start you're required to identify the court which gave the ruling in a 'succinct' manner. But the court that gave the ruling was a Divisional Court hearing of the Administrative Court, which is part of the Queen's Bench, which belongs to the High Court (EWHC).

    Is there anyway that I could word this in a concise way without sounding too colloquial or leaving out detail?

    Any advice would be much appreciated.

    Thanks
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