Episode 32 – Dialogue: Doctrine of Judicial Precedent

“As a general overview, the doctrine of judicial precedent is concerned with the decisions judges make in common law jurisdictions.”

Today’s episode is about the doctrine of judicial precedent. The episode includes:

  • What precedent is;
  • The different types of precedent;
  • How precedent is applied in the courts.

In the next episode we will be looking at how the law of equity so if you have any questions about equity, send them to info@studylegalenglish.com and I will try to answer them.

Listen to an extract:

The doctrine of judicial precedent developed in the Middle Ages in England

The doctrine of judicial precedent developed in the Middle Ages in England

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