Sunday, 6 December 2015

EK (Ivory Coast) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] Case note

The following link has a recorded lecture on the case note required for CLRI. Many students have found this site to be useful in past years and I'm sure this lecture is no exception.

EK (Ivory Coast) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014]

Saturday, 24 October 2015

Site archived

This site is now archived and no longer in use for current blog posting. The material posted has been left up to enable browsing, however please bear in mind that all law needs updating.

Sunday, 14 June 2015

Hi to all my readers. I haven't used this blog much since I graduated. In the meantime I've been lecturing and providing tuition, not really having the time to concentrate on keeping this updated.

I'm looking to update this blog and use it more over the following year to support students. I'll be archiving some of it and creating a section on international law, which is where my study and research interests lie.

Please feel free to offer any suggestions as to how this site may improved. When I first started this blog the University didn't provide much in the way of support for students, hence this blog filled a gap. The University now though is providing more support in social media and on the VLE, so I've decided to use this site from a different angle.

Monday, 2 February 2015

Case Note Lecture Available for Valilas v Januzaj [2014] EWCA Civ 436

As you should be aware time is approaching to submit the case note for CLRI. London Law Lectures has recorded a lecture which cover the specifics of the case note. It's only £10 to access the lecture and would provide students with some worthwhile information in submitting the case note.

It can be accessed via the following link ... London Law Lectures

Saturday, 3 January 2015

Law Tuition

My tuition page has gone live. As recent graduates scoring 2.1 both Mahesh Nanwani and myself are offering tuition via Skype on a number of subjects. The tuition is geared around how to answer questions in a structural way.

Follow the link and feel free to get in touch. Feel free to get in touch.

LondonLLB Tuition

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

This website is going through the process of being re-organised with more of a focus upon support for laws students.

Over the next few days the format of the site shall change ... the blog will still be available and will show more subject specific links and recent updates.

There shall be support in particular for first year students and also an emphasis upon Public International Law and Jurisprudence on one of the links which are my main interests.