English Legal System (Module 2): Sources of Law Course. Scroll down to start learning and expand the topics below for more information. Overview Course AimTo teach non-native English speaking lawyers the English and skills necessary to understand the sources of law of the English legal system.Approx. TimeApproximately 5 hours for non Podcast Pro Members and 11.5 hours for Podcast Pro Members to complete this course. How To PassListen to all course episodes. Podcast Pro Members complete all quizzes from course episodes and pass with 50%. Then they take the final exam and must pass with 50%. Course OutcomePodcast Pro Members will be graded and awarded a certificate if they pass which can be shared with others. Content & Exam Podcast EpisodeContentEpisode Time (mins)Podcast Pro Activities Time (mins)PrerequisiteE24 – Sources of Law – Domestic Legislation (Monologue)An overview of domestic legislation in the UK.1615-30N/AE25 – Sources of Law – Reading an Act of Parliament (Monologue)How to read an Act of Parliament.1615-30N/AE28 – Statutory Interpretation part 1 (Monologue)How courts interpret legislation, why they interpret legislation and the different rules they use.1615-30N/AE29 – Statutory Interpretation part 2 (Monologue)How courts interpret legislation including the rules of language and presumptions.1815-30N/AE31 – Introduction to the Common Law (Monologue)The origins of the common law, comparing the common law to civil law and learning about how case law is reported.1815-30N/AE32 – Doctrine of Judicial Precedent (Monologue)What precedent is, the different types of precedent and how it is applied in the courts.2215-30N/AE33 – An Introduction to Equity (Monologue)What equity is, how it developed and how it is used today.1215-30N/AE34 – History of the EU (Monologue)The history of the EU, why it was set up and the treaties upon which it is founded.1415-30N/AE35 – Institutions of the EU (Monologue)The seven institutions of the EU and what they do.1515-30N/AE36 – Law of the EU (Monologue)The different sources of law in the EU and how it applies in Member States.2115-30N/AE37 – EU Supremacy and Brexit (Monologue)Parliamentary supremacy, the supremacy of EU law and Brexit.2215-30N/AE38 – Introduction to Human Rights Law (Monologue)The European Convention on Human Rights, the Human Rights Act 1998 and why human rights are important in the UK.2115-30N/AE40 – Introduction to International Law (Monologue)What international law is, what are the sources of law, how does it work and who does it involve.2815-30N/AFinal Exam (PODCAST PRO)50 questions based on the course.You are permitted to take this five times only.90 minute Time LimitListen to all course episodes & complete all quizzes gaining at least 50% in each quiz. Certificate PODCAST PRO MEMBERS ONLYUpon passing this course you will receive a certificate.You will be able to view this on your achievements page where you will be able to download it, print it and share your certificate with others such as on LinkedIn.You will be graded based on your result in the final exam using the following grading system: PercentageGradePercentageGrade0-49Fail60-69Merit50-59Pass70-100DistinctionSign up! Feedback When you complete the course, please complete the course feedback survey. This helps us create better content for you.Survey 27 Nov 2017 E24 – Sources of Law – Domestic Legislation (Monologue) 18 Dec 2017 E25 – Sources of Law – Reading an Act of Parliament (Monologue) 29 Jan 2018 E28 – Statutory Interpretation part 1 (Monologue) 5 Feb 2018 E29 – Statutory Interpretation part 2 (Monologue) 26 Feb 2018 E31 – Introduction to the Common Law (Monologue) 5 Mar 2018 E32 – Doctrine of Judicial Precedent (Monologue) 12 Mar 2018 E33 – An Introduction to Equity (Monologue) 19 Mar 2018 E34 – History of the EU (Monologue) 26 Mar 2018 E35 – Institutions of the EU (Monologue) 9 Apr 2018 E36 – Law of the EU (Monologue) 16 Apr 2018 E37 – EU Supremacy and Brexit (Monologue) 23 Apr 2018 E38 – Introduction to Human Rights Law (Monologue) 14 May 2018 E40 – Introduction to International Law (Monologue) Podcast CoursesNetworking for Lawyers English Legal System (Module 1): Legal Profession English Legal System (Module 2): Sources of Law English Legal System (Module 3): Courts and Tribunals English Legal System (Module 4): An Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution English Legal System (Module 5): An Introduction to Criminal Procedure Shareable on Earn a Certificate Podcast Pro Members can earn a course certificate by following the course and passing the final exam. Find out more information about certificates here. Sign up! Course image: Woody Hibbard under Creative Commons license.