Duncan Bunce
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  • Lala Rukh
    Lala Rukh 4 days ago

    Going to have my exams this video helped me so much ! Thank u soo much for this great video ❤️

  • Alice MSP
    Alice MSP 2 months ago

    Watching this the summer before my a levels even start but have nothing better to do. Do you have any other suggestions for things to watch or ways to prepare in advance so I have a headstart? Thanks for the video!

  • Melissa P
    Melissa P 3 months ago

    love you, you explain it better than my lecturer

  • Red Planet
    Red Planet 4 months ago


  • sanah sarwar
    sanah sarwar 4 months ago

    This was sooo helpful! I’m using this as part of my revision. Thank u

  • Cameron Spencer
    Cameron Spencer 4 months ago

    Why do you only talk about statutory instuments and not del leg as a whole? Have I missed something?

    • F Ahmed
      F Ahmed 3 months ago

      1)So they’re all passed under the Enabling/Parent Act under Parliament but SI’s are the only delegated legislation that can be ‘directly’ controlled by the Parliament aka affirmative and negative resolution procedures. 2)Orders in council simply pass almost immediately(I think), pretty much with no control, due to their importance. 3)By-Laws are controlled and passed by government ministers not ‘directly’ the Parliament’s control. Get it? Hope it helped fam I could be a bit wrong, definitely fact check but good luck.

  • Samantha lino
    Samantha lino 5 months ago

    can you do new spec exam technique?? please x

  • Maciej Symonowicz
    Maciej Symonowicz 9 months ago

    Hi Duncan, thank you very much for your videos very useful regards Maciej Symonowicz teacher of legal and business English

  • pakistan alert
    pakistan alert 9 months ago

    All your lectures are nice but it would be better if you add some cases in them cuz for exam cases are extremely important.

  • Sofia Rafiq
    Sofia Rafiq 10 months ago

    Thank youuu!!!

  • Demmie Martin
    Demmie Martin 11 months ago

    Absolutely Brilliant... so gifted..how have you remembered all this! please if you have any advice please contact me as have just started my LLB Law Degree, thank you!

  • jinga351
    jinga351 Year ago

    Hey, can you please upload part 2 thanks you so much

  • enya aleia
    enya aleia Year ago

    These are great! Good job. Not sure if you are but you’d make an excellent teacher.

  • Mag Lim
    Mag Lim Year ago

    Thankyou so much. :)

  • Tumelo Awee
    Tumelo Awee Year ago

    Thank you very much.Simplified.

  • Shasha 12
    Shasha 12 Year ago

    Hello there . Do you have any notes as well for tort law ( A levels)

    RAHMAN NIHAL Year ago

    Cheers Dumcan myyyyy g

  • Javeria Khan
    Javeria Khan Year ago

    Thanx Sir its really helpful

  • L Y R I C S
    L Y R I C S Year ago

    helpful thank you

  • Emre Keskin
    Emre Keskin Year ago

    Boi looking like Nick Frost :) Good, informative video by the way!

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      A Level Law Essay Practice Year ago

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  • House of Worship

    What is the name of the case mentioned at 33:18 set as an example of Perverse Decision made by juries? I didn't quite understand the full case name. Thank you.

    NOTHINGxPRO Year ago

    Duncan you're well in with jenna mate;) Cheers for the vid my g!

  • Ayesha Khalid
    Ayesha Khalid 2 years ago

    Thank you so much for this lecture!

  • jeongin lee
    jeongin lee 2 years ago


  • Clorox Bleach
    Clorox Bleach 2 years ago

    Ok my AS law exam is in three weeks and since the referendum result to leave the EU, would it still be valid to write about the influence and restriction that the European Union's law has on Britain as I'm not sure if it's still necessarily valid? Any help is appreciated.

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 2 years ago

      Absolutely, you should still learn and refer to the influence of the EU on Parliament as it's still examinable and could be a question you get.

  • Maishara Alam
    Maishara Alam 2 years ago

    can you do criminal trial process for AS level please!!

    • Maishara Alam
      Maishara Alam 2 years ago

      but, we do have it on our cie syllabus.

    • Izhar Haque
      Izhar Haque 2 years ago

      Maisha Alam I don't think you'll need to know that for the exam

  • jason lcl
    jason lcl 2 years ago

    its helpful btw im waiting for judicial precedent(2)

  • Fizza Ahmed
    Fizza Ahmed 2 years ago

    Very helpful, but you may want to amend the hierarchy of the courts because of brexit

  • Harrison Slough
    Harrison Slough 2 years ago

    What about purposive approach?

    • Fathimath Hafsa
      Fathimath Hafsa 4 months ago

      ru-clip.com/video/raCc805h7Yw/video.html Here's the purposive approach loll

    • Logan Lovell
      Logan Lovell 7 months ago

      Harrison Slough next video

  • Majaliwa Hussein
    Majaliwa Hussein 2 years ago

    Thank you so much, for now I have got knowledge about statutory interpretation

  • Dzelis x
    Dzelis x 2 years ago

    when ever I need clarification I come here just add a bit more case law please to your explanations

  • M/s Rabia Health care center and M/s ICT computer training center

    I seen As law Lecture: Judicial precedent (1).

  • Shreeja Athota
    Shreeja Athota 2 years ago

    Thank you very much sir...This is really an exam Saver...This is really helpful especially the example cases!...

  • Cil Ama
    Cil Ama 2 years ago

    are judges obliged to follow the rules of statutory interpretation

    • Kudakwashe Chirairo
      Kudakwashe Chirairo 2 years ago

      Very true.... they are servants of the judiciary not masters

    • ysgol3
      ysgol3 2 years ago

      Duncan Bunce - With respect, there's nothing in law obliging judges (including magistrates) to follow any of the 'rules', or to say which one they are following if they do decide to follow one - how often does a judge say in court 'I'm being Golden today....' ?? That's the main reason why 'rules' is a very misleading wordhere, 'guidelines' is much more accurate. Also, since it's judges themselves who decide whether legislation is ambiguous or obscure or literally absurd, they can in practice choose whichever 'rule' they want to follow (if they choose to follow any of them). If a judge, or indeed a magistrate, decides and says that 'this legislation is literally absurd' no lawyer can 'stop' this decision - the judge/ magistrate rules !! Of course an appeal might result in a different decision.

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 2 years ago

      Cilla Amadi yes they are obliged, having developed these rules bit by bit in order to reach appropriate judicial decisions over the years.

  • Noor Hussain
    Noor Hussain 2 years ago

    Thank you, you've helped me through my A level.

  • Judahbran
    Judahbran 3 years ago

    Thank you so much !

  • Abby Pullen
    Abby Pullen 3 years ago

    I at first thought it said 'me' not media for influences on parliament :)

  • amarachiable
    amarachiable 3 years ago

    Amazing! Finally got my head around the intrinsic and extrinsic aids. have now understood the meaning of Hansard. Clear explanation of differences between mischief and purposive approach and when they should be used; in that I have always said to myself that apart from literal rule, the golden, purposive and mischief seem alike although mischief introduces a look into what common law was before that act was passed. In any case thank you Duncan.

  • Lamin Darboe
    Lamin Darboe 3 years ago

    thanks so much for your contribution especially to us the new learners

  • xSakuraMikazukix
    xSakuraMikazukix 3 years ago

    Please make more of this omg they're so useful!

  • Martin Woon
    Martin Woon 3 years ago

    Your videos have been tremendously helpful! Thank you so much :)) Can you do videos for other chapters too ? thatd be brilliant.

  • Jenna X
    Jenna X 3 years ago

    What about super affirmative resolution? Good video!

  • freedomwill24
    freedomwill24 3 years ago


  • Shayan Khan
    Shayan Khan 3 years ago

    I am going to be giving my A s level law exam in may i am from pakistan .i was struggling with law but after after watching these lectures i am finding it much easier to understand thank you !

      SHAYAN AHMED 2 years ago

      Shayan Khan hey dude . Im also from pakistan and name is shayan and I am in my igs . I want to take law as a subject so can we get in touch and give me some points it would be really helpfull please ? 😊😊

  • ismael saide
    ismael saide 3 years ago

    very goog lecture

  • breeze ellis
    breeze ellis 3 years ago

    Could you possibly do a video on The Judiciary AS level please? Your videos are helpful.

  • gareth russell
    gareth russell 3 years ago

    Thank you. Your videos are amazing really helping me with my As Level Law Revision

  • Maheen Naqvi
    Maheen Naqvi 3 years ago

    Could you make a video on sentencing,judiciary, barristers and solicitors and civil/criminal court procedures? Your videos are a great source of help.

  • Sarah
    Sarah 3 years ago

    Thank you for this I have my law exam tomorrow morning this gave me a good recap :)

  • SNIPERZ1111
    SNIPERZ1111 3 years ago

    Thankyou Duncan much appreciated.

  • Ryan Parsons
    Ryan Parsons 3 years ago

    could you possibly make a video on EU sources of Law? in WJEC spec we have EU sources of LAW: primary and scondary sources, directives regulations..

  • Alisa Tian
    Alisa Tian 4 years ago

    This is really helpful! Thanks so much for the video! It helped me a lot in understand the rules.

  • Kang Ren Lam
    Kang Ren Lam 4 years ago

    Hello! I am a student taking my Cambridge A-levels in Malaysia at the moment. Your videos have proven extremely helpful and informative to me. I thank you so much and hope you don't stop making them!

  • Ann Ling
    Ann Ling 4 years ago

    Can you make a video of police power , sentencing , law reform , criminal courts , and human right for AS level ?your video really helped a lot

  • Maria Positano
    Maria Positano 4 years ago

    Thanks for posting these lectures! Well spoken and easy to understand summary. Feeling more confident going into my first law exam :)

  • CVK Chan
    CVK Chan 4 years ago

  • Shannon Webb
    Shannon Webb 4 years ago

    This was actually a really helpful video. I don't do A level Law, but I have my A2 Citizenship exam on Monday, so I've been doing some revision, and Lay magistrates come up quite frequently in the CIST 3 exam, so this vid has jogged my memory a lot and has given me additional information which will be beneficial for me. A really good, informative video, so thank you very much! :)

  • Dan Wasdell
    Dan Wasdell 4 years ago

    Thanks for making these, a lot of help! Top guy

  • Oliver Isaac
    Oliver Isaac 4 years ago

    Are you Nick Frost

  • Meg S
    Meg S 4 years ago

    so helpful!!! thank you!

  • Saja
    Saja 4 years ago

    your videos are really helpful thankyou!

  • Stembinkosi Muchegwa

    Have my first OCR A-Level law exam in 2 weeks and these videos are very helpful, a better alternative from just studying a text book. Thank you

    • Stembinkosi Muchegwa
      Stembinkosi Muchegwa 3 years ago

      +Duncan Bunce i'm back again, didn't do well on this exam but i'm determined to turn things around

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Tripple Chin Thank you!

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Stembinkosi Muchegwa Pleased I could help. I do think videos are a great alternative when learning material. Best of luck with your exam!

  • thedancingpony
    thedancingpony 4 years ago

    Thank you so much! I'm struggling to learn all this material for my AS Law exams next month, and this is really helping :)

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @thedancingpony Thank you. Good luck with your exams!

  • Molly Hill
    Molly Hill 4 years ago

    Does every law go through the green and white paper stage before it becomes a bill?

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Molly Hill As far as I am aware through UK Parliament, although to make laws more quickly an Order in Council is an alternative method.

  • T Fab
    T Fab 4 years ago


    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @tobi odubela Thank you for watching!

  • Sarah CenserSladez Siddique

    Awesome this is a great help ! What exam board are you teaching your students ?

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Sarah CenserSladez Siddique I teach A-Level Law on the AQA exam board (I previously taught OCR). There is some overlap in content as you can see.

  • nhaezria
    nhaezria 4 years ago

    Hi Duncan. Thanks so much for doing this video. It is very helpful as I have just started my A Levels course and refer to your channel for tutorials. Do keep up the good work.

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @nhaezria Thank you - more videos to come!

  • PrettyR ‘
    PrettyR ‘ 4 years ago

    Thank you so much for this!! I really and truly am grateful for this. It's very helpful. Thanks

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Sheeree Smith Really pleased you're finding it useful. I will be updating with more videos shortly.

  • Nicola x
    Nicola x 4 years ago

    Amazing, thank you! Please make on civil courts and appeals?

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Nicola x I will get round to that one soon.

  • Linuszest
    Linuszest 4 years ago

    Do you think you could do Tory negligence for unit 2? Haven't done it yet

    • Grim Reaper
      Grim Reaper 3 years ago

      +Duncan Bunce 2:56 *on a panel with 2 others

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Linuszest I currently teach an Introduction to Contract Law for Unit 2, so unfortunately it's not one I'm planning to create currently. However, I'm sure I will end up doing it in the near future!

  • Megan Davis
    Megan Davis 4 years ago

    Really helpful, thanks

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      Pleased that it has helped. Do check out my other videos, I've just added two more; 'Lay Magistrates' and 'Juries'.

  • asra shahid
    asra shahid 4 years ago

    Wow you are the best this was so much help

  • misspurple97x
    misspurple97x 4 years ago

    I found this video really helpful, thanks a lot!

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      Really glad it helped, thank you for your feedback. I've now added two more to my channel; 'Lay Magistrates' and 'Juries'.

  • Kashaf A Segar
    Kashaf A Segar 4 years ago

    Hello , sir .. Waiting for judicial precedent 2 .. Thank You ..Your tutorial make my learning lively..

    • Kashaf A Segar
      Kashaf A Segar 4 years ago

      @Duncan Bunce​​ yes its going quite well..thank you for your videos ..keep making more of'em!!!

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Priyashini Rajasegaran Thank you. Hope your studies are going well.

  • Kashaf A Segar
    Kashaf A Segar 4 years ago

    Thank you 😃

    • Kashaf A Segar
      Kashaf A Segar 4 years ago

      Coz ur videos are truly useful ..thank you again

    • Kashaf A Segar
      Kashaf A Segar 4 years ago

      Ain't mention Sir...

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      Thank you for watching - do check out my other videos. I've now added two more; 'Lay Magistrates' and 'Juries'.

  • Kashaf A Segar
    Kashaf A Segar 5 years ago

    Thank you very much .. Clearly explained .. Looking forward for more tutorials...perhaps question solving.

  • Kashaf A Segar
    Kashaf A Segar 5 years ago

    Thank you , sir. Please post videos for the chapter :human rights and police power too... I appreciate your effort of educating us through youtube ..

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 4 years ago

      @Priyashini Rajasegaran Please check back regularly as I will be posting more videos!

  • Kashaf A Segar
    Kashaf A Segar 5 years ago

    thank you , Sir ... happy and contented to study through your videos. please create more videos ....

    • Kashaf A Segar
      Kashaf A Segar 5 years ago

      Thank you so much ... I highly appreciates your help..

    • Duncan Bunce
      Duncan Bunce 5 years ago

      Thank you Priyashini. I'm working on more - two more have been uploaded now.

  • G
    G 5 years ago

    Thank you! Hopefully this will be useful in my AS exams :)