Law Super Curricular Resources

Need help with finding some super curricular reading for Law? Check out these online resources:

Law in Action - Joshua Rozenberg presents Radio 4's long-running legal magazine programme, featuring reports and discussion on matters relating to law - Stay up to date with newly enacted legislation for the UK, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland as it is published to this site using our free subscription feeds, or by browsing new legislation by publication date. 

Public Law for Everyone - Professor Mark Elliot from the University of Cambridge has a blog that discusses different aspects of Public Law

Recommend books - The Oxford Law Faculty does not expect candidates to have any specific legal knowledge. Nevertheless, if you wish to gain further insight into the subject, you can look at the following books.

The Supreme Court - You can watch live court sittings, recorded current cases, and decided cases, as well as reading about court procedures.

The Lawyer Portal - The Lawyer Portal (TLP) aims to be the definitive resource for everyone considering a career in law, whatever their stage or background. There's also a handy guide about the LNAT.