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Access HeinOnline via the A-Z Databases link or from your Subject Guide List of Databases. To browse content click on the All Databases tab on the top left of the HeinOnline homepage. The example below outlines how to find the Russian Constitution: Click on the All Databases tab. Select World Constitutions Illustrated. Find country link to Russia.

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The Law Reports, the All England Law Reports and the Weekly Law Reports are the most widely quoted law reports. If a case is relatively recent, the full text of the judgment is also likely to be online from free internet sources (use the BAILII Case Law Search to find these). To find a law report or judgment, it helps to understand how they are

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Referencing Page Numbers and Judgment Paragraphs. Give 'pinpoint' page references when quoting directly or otherwise referring to particular pages or judgment paragraphs. Cases - Law Reports and Judgments. Add the page number (s) or paragraph number (s) to the footnote citation, e.g. R v Leeds County Court, ex p Morris [1990] QB 523 …

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The legislation.gov.uk site provides access to original versions of all UK Acts from 1988 onwards. Some earlier Acts are also available, but coverage for the 19th Century and early to mid 20th Century is limited. Statutory instruments are available from 1987 onwards, with additional limited coverage for 1948-1986. legislation.gov.uk.

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Finding Articles from a Journal Reference. Law journal articles are cited in references using abbreviations for the name of the journal, e.g. Sharon Turner, 'Transforming Environmental Governance in Northern Ireland' (2006) 18 J Env L 245. You will need to the full name of the journal to find the article using either the: To find the full

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The School of Law at Queen's, part of the Russell Group, is a leading UK Law School. The School interacts with the wide community of people who have an interest in the study of law locally, nationally and globally. It provides innovative teaching delivered by world class staff in a beautiful environment.

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The most up-to-date careers information can be accessed on the School of Law website or, for graduates of the last 2 years, via Careers, Employability and Skills. Your Queen’s law network. Queen’s law graduates can join 1300+ alumni who have already signed up to the QUB Law Alumni-Group on Facebook and join a bespoke LinkedIn group.

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A prestigious Russell Group UK university, Queen's University Belfast is a leader in innovation and impact, and is ranked 43 in the world in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2021.

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ALL GUIDES Alphabetically - LibGuides at William S. Richardson School of Law. 1L Survival Guide. View Guide Info. Last Updated. Sep 8, 2021 400. views.

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(Original post by Xx Tomásíona - Mháire xX) Actually Queens University Belfast for law expects AAA - AABa for their entry requirements for 2007. Also they do not have a tariff points scheme, if you don't get the grades you don't get in the same with University of Ulster as well.

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The Library's Subject Guides bring together key Library resources by faculty and subject and help you contact your dedicated Subject Librarian. They also connect you to Research Support and other useful information about Library services.

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The UJ Faculty of Law offers the traditional law programmes such as BA Law, BCom Law and LLB, as well as LLM degrees by dissertation and coursework and LLD degrees in various important fields. In addition to these degrees, the Faculty has a strong non-formal programmes division that offers postgraduate diplomas, certificates and short courses in …

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The Law Society is one of the largest and most popular academic societies on campus. Aimed primarily at the Law Students of Queen’s, the Law Society is a multi-faceted source of support and guidance. We were honoured to be named the Society of the Year at the QUBSU Awards of both 2016 and 2017.

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If students wish to purchase recommended texts, rather than borrow them from the University Library, prices per text can range from £30 to £100. A programme may have up to 6 modules per year, each with a recommended text. Students should also budget between £30 to £75 per year for photocopying, memory sticks and printing charges.

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