Click on the above link to access a note on the implications of the UK Supreme Court’s decision in R v Jogee  UKSC 8.
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Click on the link below to access a casenote on R v Pace and Rogers, on the mens rea for committing an attempt:
Below are some essays which sum up a lot of the personal advice that I tend to give students (both lawyers and non-lawyers) who are having problems in their lives and want my help to try to sort them out. I’ve written these essays in the belief that a lot of problems students go through are unnecessary, in that they are the result of students looking at the world in the wrong way or failing to understand fully the forces that are acting on them. I hope the essays below will be of some help to students trying to deal with problems that get in the way of their achieving their potential. But they are merely intended to make students see their problems from a different perspective – whether they think they ought to adopt that perspective is up to them.
I would also strongly recommend that any students (doing any subject) read Shawn Achor’s excellent The Happiness Advantage before going to university – doing so will help them avoid a lot of traps that will otherwise detract from what should be a wonderful time in their lives.
Here are some notes and reviews that Sandy Steel – co-author of McBride and Steel, Great Debates in Jurisprudence (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) – has written on various lectures and books that are relevant to the study of Jurisprudence.