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LSM part A

This lecture presentation explains and analyses the decision in Swift v Secretary of State for Justice [2013] EWCA Div 193.

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Tort part A

This recorded lecture presentation is designed to help students prepare for compulsory part A of the UoL LLB Tort exam 2019 – worth 25% of the overall mark.

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Charitable trusts

Charitable trusts are popular with examiners. This lecture provides a comprehensive analysis of the subject.

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Contract – Mistake Q&A

This recorded lecture – in Q&A format – explains how to structure an answer to a problem question on mistake in the law of contract.

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UOL LLB: Pass rates and average marks – May 2019

For a number of years I have submitted requests to the University of London under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for information about LLB pass rates, average marks and class of degrees awarded. In past years they have very kindly provided the information and I have published it. This year, however, they have declined […]

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UOL LLB: Administrative rechecks

The number of University of London LLB students who, as a result of an ‘Administrative Recheck’ of one or more of their exam papers, were awarded a higher mark in at least one paper.

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Qualifying in Canada with a UoL LLB

Getting into a Canadian law school is extremely competitive. Places are scarce. For example the University of Toronto receives 20 applications for every place on their JD programme – that is, 95% of applications are unsuccessful. For that reason, in recent years a number of Canadians seeking a career in law in one of the […]

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