Construction intentions can be lost in the repeating
The Law Faculty at Warwick University rightly enjoys an outstanding reputation for teaching 'law in context' as opposed to the traditional 'black letter' law. During my time there as an undergraduate, lecturers strove to make law relevant to the context in which it was used, rather than teaching it straight out of a textbook.
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