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The Concept of Law: Preface

The Concept of Law is a very important book, in fact, the Editors’ note of this book explains why: ‘The Concept of Law transformed the way jurisprudence was understood and studied in the English-speaking world and beyond.’ Thus, if you understand this book or some some sections of this well, there is a very great possibility of your succeeding in the Section A of the exam. 2,404 more words


Rekindle that Flame

Last month, I talked about the importance of taking a break; the benefits of my temporal relief of a knotty problem encountered in any aspects of life, including studying. 906 more words

University Of London International Programmes

Difficulty in maintaining beneficial study habits...

Good day my fellow colleagues!

My apologies for not writing for some time. It’s been quite busy at work.

I trust that everyone was satisfied with their exam results. 841 more words

Distance Learning

University of London and King’s College London Research indicates toddlers love touchscreens

“There are still pressing questions around how such exposure relates to long-term development and educational achievement, so further research is needed to examine the effects of touchscreens on behavioural, cognitive and neural development in children” 1,082 more words

In The Court Of The Crimson King

Strange isn’t it?  I’m up in the den as I write this blog listening to “Moonchild” by King Crimson.  I first heard this album back in 1980 in fellow student Richard Glemberg’s council flat in Bromley by Bow. 136 more words

When Learning Becomes a Business

Having been a student for nearly two decades of my life, it should come as no surprise that I am a person who values education. I value books and intelligent thoughts and I value people and institutions who value those same things. 784 more words

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