UCL launches institute to teach students about workings of the judicial system
The University College London (UCL) Faculty of Laws is launching the UK's first-ever judicial institute, in an effort to help law students better understand the judicial system and its workings. The institute, which is launching with immediate effect, will be dedicated to the study of how judges are appointed, how they reach decisions, the operation of the courts, and the relationship between the judiciary, other social institutions and other branches of government.
The University College London (UCL) Faculty of Laws is launching the UK’s first-ever judicial institute, in an effort to help law students better understand the judicial system and its workings.
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