Recorded lecture for part A of the LSM exam 2018
This lecture presentation explains and analyses the decision in Walker v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis  and is designed to help candidates prepare for the compulsory questions in part A of the 2018 examination
Compulsory exam questions on Walker v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis.
Part A of the LSM examination will consist of a number of compulsory questions about the decision and will carry 25% of the overall marks for the LSM examination.
Thus, how well you understand and can explain Walker v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis will have a significant bearing on how well you do in the exam.
You will not be permitted to take your case note into the examination.
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Lecturer – Norman Baird
Norman Baird – experienced full time Senior Lecturer and examiner of Criminal Law, Legal System and Jurisprudence.
As consultant to the University of London International Programmes LLB he has advised on the development of the online resources, produced recorded lecture presentations in the core LLB subjects and designed online research exercises available on the University of London’s virtual learning environment (VLE). In addition he organises the QED Law revision seminars which take place annually at University College London and in Toronto, Canada.