This recording is a guide to Professor N.A.Moreham’s article, ‘Unpacking the reasonable expectation of privacy test’ (2018) 134(October) Law Quarterly Review 651-674, which is the subject of the compulsory Part A of the University of London LLB Tort Law examination 2021.
The recording identifies the main points of the article, explaining complex terms or concepts in straightforward language and is designed to help candidates prepare effectively for the examination.
Duration: 37 minutes (approx)
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