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Subject Focus

This month, we are focusing in on our Public Law titles from our Public Law 2023 collection. Take a look at our freely available chapters, and delve into this specialist subject.

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Diversity of Voices

When using Law Trove students are exposed to different voices, a variety of pedagogical approaches and academic perspectives. Being exposed to this diversity develops critical thinking, encourages investigation, and give students the tools to produce richly referenced written work.

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Essential Cases

Unique to Law Trove, Essential Cases provide a bridge between course textbooks and key case judgments. They act as a spring board for students to engage with primary case materials, helping law teachers unblock a longstanding barrier.

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Discovery

With a rich seam of content at their fingertips students can read around the subject with ease. Further reading can be directed, or students can be encouraged to make use of the powerful search tools to discover content themselves.

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