Rebecca Stinson considers what the public law ramifications would have been if Scotland were to have become an independent nation.
Rebecca Stinson gives us part two of her series on The Bar, discussing who should become a barrister and why.
Rebecca Stinson shares what she discovered about the Bar after some interesting conversations with barristers
Rebecca Stinson takes a look at the role of Parliament and to what extent theories surrounding the concept of legislative supremacy translate into reality.
Rebecca Stinson takes a realistic look at The Constitutional Reform Act 2005, assessing whether its effect is as positive as made out.
Rebecca Stinson takes a look at the recent Supreme Court decision on assisted suicide and the tensions here between the Judiciary and Parliament.
Rebecca Stinson takes an interesting look at how the Constitution has developed and how this influences the work of law students.
Rebecca Stinson discusses royal assent and whether or not the use of it is the reigning monarch's prerogative.
Rebecca Stinson takes a look at the latest reforms to both the House of Commons and Lords, commenting on how they affect the judicial process.
Rebecca Stinson takes a look at today's relevance of the church in relation to legislative procedure within the UK, historically a very important relationship.