Secondary Legislation Explained


Course Overview

Secondary legislation, also known as delegated or subordinate legislation, plays a crucial role in complementing and detailing the framework laid down by primary legislation (Acts of Parliament) to address specific administrative, technical, and operational aspects of the law. The course  provides  a comprehensive understanding of secondary legislation, purpose, implementation, and impact on legal systems.


"Fantastic! Very informative session with an incredibly knowledgeable tutor. Answered all of my queries and gave great examples providing an extra aid to my understanding."

Ceara Roopchand, Government & Policy Advisor, National House-Building Council (NHBC)

The course will delve into the essential concepts, processes, and principles associated with secondary legislation, uncovering the procedure they go through in both Houses of Parliament as well as going through a guided practical exercise based on a case study.


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