United Kingdom Law

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United Kingdom Law

The UK Supreme Court Building in Central London

Welcome to the United Kingdom Learning Project, within the School of Law. The UK has a complex legal system with three main jurisdictions (England and Wales; Scotland; and Northern Ireland), each with their own legal principles and history. However, some laws apply to the entire UK, and this is the area that this project has learning resources on.


  • 2 September 2008 - department founded.
  • 16 December 2008 - reorganization of the department page.
  • 23 April 2017 - overhauled in line with revamp of School of Law.


  1. English Law
  2. Northern Ireland Law
  3. United Kingdom Law/Bill of Rights
  4. Brexit
  5. Children, Schools and Families Bill
  6. United Kingdom Law/Company
  7. Comparative law and justice/Northern Ireland
  8. Comparative law and justice/Scotland
  9. Criminal Justice Act 2003
  10. United Kingdom Law/Freedom of Information
  11. United Kingdom Law/Great Repeal Bill 2008
  12. Protection from Harassment Act 1997
  13. United Kingdom Law/Reform
  14. United Kingdom Law/Reform/Draft Repeals Bill/Notes
  15. United Kingdom Law/Reform/Great Reform Bill
  16. United Kingdom Law/Reform/Great Reform Bill/Debate
  17. United Kingdom Law/Reform/Great Reform Bill/entry
  18. United Kingdom Law/Reform/Great Reform Bill/set
  19. United Kingdom Law/Statutes
  20. United Kingdom Law/Data Protection Act

Active participants

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