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February update: focus on public law and criminal law

You'll love our selection of chapters from public law and criminal law this month. They'll certainly give you something to think about, they are thought-provoking resources which present the dynamism of the topic.

Whatever topic takes your fancy be sure to explore the collection

Revision Collection 2023 - now available

We've made all our Concentrate guides and Concentrate Q&As available as one collection on Law Trove.  The revision collection is available to buy for just £25 from oup.com.

February 2023 Update


It pays to consolidate your learning before exams start.

  • Use the multiple choice questions on Law Trove to test your understanding; you'll find them in the text, or at the end of each chapter.
  • Use the annotation and notes functionality to highlight key passages and definitions.
  • Use the Concentrate titles to go back through the subjects you've studied this year and use the key points and checklists.

Don't forget you can use Law Trove's powerful search engine to go straight to your topics.

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