History of the English Law: A Comprehensive Summary

Shaveen Bandaranayake, LL.B Graduate, University of London

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12 Lessons (1h 18m)
    • 1. Welcome to The Law Simplified!

      1:00
    • 2. How This Course is Structured

      3:27
    • 3. The Anglo Saxon Legal System

      11:30
    • 4. Courts of the Common Law - Introduction & Exchequer

      8:47
    • 5. Courts of the Common Law - Common Pleas

      5:55
    • 6. Courts of the Common Law - King's Bench

      6:51
    • 7. Courts of the Common Law - Eyre System

      6:48
    • 8. Courts of the Common Law - Court of Chancery [Part I]

      7:31
    • 9. Courts of the Common Law - Court of Chancery [Part II]

      9:43
    • 10. Courts of the Common Law - Appeals [Introduction]

      6:49
    • 11. Courts of the Common Law - Appeals [Development of Appeal]

      5:30
    • 12. Congratulations!

      3:52

About This Class

History of English Law: A Comprehensive Summary

Whether you are a new student in Law or someone who is fascinated by the English Legal System and its historic roots, "The Law Simplified" course on the History of English Law will give you a comprehensive summary of the subject. 

Many students who study the Law, find it difficult to connect all of the pieces together. Thus, this course will give you a "bird's eye" overview of the entire subject.

This course has been adapted to suit the needs of Law students worldwide! 

Remember, this is not a substitute for thorough learning, but it will be a great resource for students who want to recap the entire syllabus and for those who want a better, clearer and more concise understanding of the principles - or simply anyone who's interested in learning Jurisprudence!

Features:

- Digestible chunks of knowledge: everything you need to know on each topic, simplified 

- Downloadable Slide Deck, that will give you the bigger picture of the subject and assist you in following the course

- Q&A via the platform to guide you on historical aspects of the English Law and its Legal System