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Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction 2. Rule of law and human rights 3. Sources of law I : legislation, EU law and statutory interpretation 4. Sources of law II : the common law, equity and judicial precedent 5. Civil justice 6. Alternative dispute resolution 7. Criminal justice 8. The judiciary 9. Juries 10. Funding of legal services 11. Preparing for the exam.