Education Law Reports
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Why should you subscribe to Education Law Reports
Enables you to stay in touch with the continuing changes to education law, this set of reports is cited as an authority in all levels of court and used by tribunals.
Benefits of the service include:
- Six issues of Education Law Reports a year keep you up to date with the continuous changes to education law
- Cases from all levels of court including the European Court of Human Rights.
- Headnotes written by leading experts in the field
- Full text of judgments
- Available in print as well as LexisLibrary.
EditorsSenior Editor; Neville Harris, Barrister and Professor of Law, University of Manchester
Editor; Aileen McColgan, Barrister, Matrix Chambers and Professor of Law, Kings College London
Consulting Editor; Dominic McGoldrick, Barrister, Middle Temple and Professor of International Human Rights Law, University of Nottingham