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(p. 17) 2. The administration of the law 

(p. 17) 2. The administration of the law
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(p. 17) 2. The administration of the law
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Lee Roach

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10.1093/he/9780198748380.003.0002
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date: 18 September 2019

This chapter examines the administration of the law under the English legal system. It aims to clarify how, and by whom, the law is administered. It identifies the structure, jurisdiction, and composition of the various courts, and also discusses how the tribunals system fits into the administration of the law. In addition, the chapter looks at less formal approaches to dispute resolution, such as alternative dispute resolution. This chapter describes the duties and responsibilities of the different members of the legal profession including the judiciary, the law officers, barristers, solicitors, legal executives, and paralegals. It also considers the appellate procedure.

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