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mods feel free to move this as i have no idea where it would be best


coursera is a free courses website that offers mini courses from around the world, its work from home with video lectures and quizes


if anyone is feeling like they may like to get into law but are not sure if its for them the university of london is running a course starting in june, English Common Law: an introduction


click here for course page


About the Course

This course is designed as an introduction to English Common Law and will give students a broad understanding of the characteristics and functions of the English Legal System. Students will gain knowledge of the sources of English law, the system of courts and tribunals in England and Wales and the legal profession and judiciary. Students will be introduced to the principles of legal research and identification of sources of law.

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