Justice with Michael Sandel http://www.youtube.com/course?list=EC30C13C91CFFEFEA6 Instructor Michael Sandel JUSTICE is the first Harvard course to be made freely available online and on public television. Nearly a thousand students pack Harvard's historic Sanders Theatre to hear Michael Sandel, "perhaps the most prominent college professor in America," (Washington Post) talk about justice, equality, democracy, and citizenship.
Criminal Justice for Kids http://www.criminal-justice-careers.com/crime/justice-for-kids/ Criminal Justice for Kids
Criminal Justice for juniors is a learning resource just for kids! Find everything you need to know about crime, the legal system and protecting your rights!
- Want to learn about cybercrime?
- Want to learn about the legal system?
- Want to learn about crime investigation?
Academic Earth: Law video lectures http://www.academicearth.org/subjects/law Academic Earth: Law video lectures
Academic Earth, 1,000s of video lectures from the world's top scholars.
We are building a user-friendly educational ecosystem that will give internet users around the world the ability to easily find, interact with, and learn from full video courses and lectures from the world’s leading scholars.
Our goal is to bring the best content together in one place and create an environment in which that content is remarkably easy to use and in which user contributions make existing content increasingly valuable.
UN Audiovisual Library of International Law http://www.un.org/law/avl/ UN Audiovisual Library of International Law
Launched 28 Oct 2008 by United Nations Office of Legal Affairs
The Audiovisual Library aims to provide free, scholarly resources to
students and practictioners around the world, particularly in regions
where there are few resources for the study of international law.
The website has three main parts:
The Historic Archives | The Lecture Series | The Research Library |
World Legal Information Institute http://www.worldlii.org/ World Legal Information Institute
Free, independent and non-profit access to worldwide law
675 databases from 86 countries including 21 international databases in collaboration with members of the Free Access to Law Movement
GCE A-level Law http://www.a-level-law.com GCE A-level Law
Free lecture notes, case notes, statutes and web resources for AS/A Level Law (OCR and AQA specifications) and ILEx Part II (professional) courses.
They will also be useful for LLB, BA and CPE courses.
Public Law Library (California) http://www.publiclawlibrary.org/ Public Law Library (California)
Compiled by law librarians from various California county law libraries, organizes California legal resources designed for "persons who choose to represent themselves in court without the help of an attorney."
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey (UK) http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/ The Proceedings of the Old Bailey
The Proceedings website offers students of all ages an opportunity to develop the skills of historical enquiry at a number of levels.
These education pages aim to give pupils, particularly in Key Stages 2 to 4, an insight into crime and the law in the eighteenth century and at the same time allow them to develop valuable skills that can be used across the whole curriculum, from literacy and numeracy in Key Stage 2, to citizenship in Key Stages 3 and 4.
Law Teacher .net http://www.lawteacher.net/ This web site contains the lecture notes, case notes, statutes and web resources which I use on AS/A Level Law (OCR and AQA specifications) and ILEx Part II (professional) courses. They will also be useful for LLB, BA and CPE courses.
This is the personal website of Asif Tufal. I am currently Subject Leader for Law and also IT Key Skills Co-ordinator at a Sixth Form College in Essex. I am also an Assistant Examiner for OCR and now AQA.
Students are free to print any and all lecture and case notes. Teachers and lecturers are also free to print any such materials and to photocopy them for teaching purposes provided acknowledgement is made of LawTeacher.net. Any such materials must not be sold.
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International Law and the Internet http://www.freepint.com/issues/020502.htm#tips What, therefore, is international law and what areas of international
relations does it cover? Even a cursory examination shows the
coverage to be extensive. But where is the citizen to go for
information? A good textbook, though primarily for the student, might
be the 2001 edition of Antonio Cassese's 'International Law' with its
own linked website .
international | law | copyright | internet |