The English legal System von Tim Aghotor

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „The English legal System“ von Tim Aghotor ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Legal English (EN)“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Does UK Has a Constituation?
  • The Separation of Powers
  • The Supremacy of Parliament
  • The Role of the ECJ
  • The Rule of Law

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. statutes and binding court decisions.
  2. articles of judges or lawyers in law reviews.
  3. legal writings of the highest order.
  4. sources that you get primary legal education.
  5. sources of law at the early stage.
  1. the type which courts must adhere to.
  2. the type which makes a court mandatory.
  3. the type that convinces the court.
  4. that mandates the court.
  1. It refers to the law based on the doctrine of emperor Justinian.
  2. It refers to the law based on civilian rules.
  3. It refers to the civil rules of the law.
  4. It is a democratic rule.
  5. It is a legal system for the masses.
  1. It refers to the law based on the English legal system.
  2. It is a law that is common to all.
  3. It refers to the law from the common people.
  4. It refers to the law based on the German legal system.
  1. It is the law made by judges in their decisions.
  2. It is the law made on a case by case basis.
  3. It is the reason for cases.
  4. It is the law that settles all cases.
  5. Case law just means the law of the cases.
  1. Case law based on election.
  2. Purely decisional case law.
  3. Case law based on constitutional provisions.
  4. Case law based on statutory provisions.
  1. It states that a decision in a particular case shall not be reversed.
  2. It is a doctrine to preserve the effect of a previous judgment.
  3. It is an analogy in civil law closest to common law.
  4. None of these answers is true.
  1. They are not law.
  2. They are long established tradition which tend to be followed because they have become the right way to live.
  3. Conventions are disagreements.
  4. None of these answers is true.

Dozent des Vortrages The English legal System

 Tim  Aghotor

Tim Aghotor

Der in Nigeria geborene Jurist studierte zunächst Political Science an der University Benin. Anschließend machte er seinen Master in Comparative Law in Mannheim und Adelaide, um in Birmingham noch den Bachelor of Law zu erreichen.

Er war Anwalt für Firmenrecht und wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in Birmingham und Benin. An den Universitäten Mannheim und Heidelberg hatte er zuletzt eine Dozententätigkeit inne.

Seit 2004 hält er Kurse zum Thema Business English.


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