Part of an innovative new series from Oxford, Public Law Directions takes a fresh, lively approach to the study of public law. Written with exceptional clarity, the book guides students through all the key areas studied on public law courses and breaks the subject into manageable chunks, making this an ideal text for those new to the subject. The book employs a range of helpful learning features to provide extra support to students. Features such as case summaries and definition boxes develop understanding, while use of questions and thinking points helps students engage with the subject matter. Online Resource Centre The book is accompanied by an extensive Online Resource Centre offering several resources to support teaching and learning. Lecturers can track student progress using an online bank of multiple choice questions complete with immediate answers and feedback that can be customized and loaded on to the university's online learning environment. Students can support their learning with the following resources: - Guidance on answering questions in the book, in both podcast and text format - Self-test questions with feedback - Further reading guidance - Links to useful websites - Glossary of public law terms - Advice on study skills
Graeme Broadbent is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Kingston. He is a member of the Commonwealth Legal Education Association and the Association of Law Teachers. He has been Book Reviews Editor for the ALT's journal, The Law Teacher, since 1994.