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LONDON LAW LECTURES – revision seminars and new lectures for download


QED LAW REVISION SEMINARS: Toronto – last minute bookings
The QED Law revision seminars in Toronto take place this weekend – 24th / 25th March. You can book until 12 noon on Friday. Materials will be sent by email. For more information and to book CLICK HERE


Law of Tort – Public bodies
This lecture we look at how the rules on duty in negligence apply to public bodies, that is authorities funded by and exercising functions for the public generally, whether operating on a national or local level. CLICK HERE

Property Law – Mortgages
This recording begins by looking briefly at how mortgages are acquired, in law and equity. The focus then shifts to entitlements – the rights and duties of the parties to a mortgage: the rights of the mortgagor and the rights and powers of the mortgagee. CLICK HERE
Criminal Law Examination- Prepare yourself for the compulsory MCQs
Part 1 of the University of London LLB examination in Criminal Law is compulsory and consists of 15 MCQs worth 25% of the overall mark. Test yourself against the clock with these THREE sets of MCQs each consisting of 15 questions covering a range of Criminal Law topics. They are in the format of part 1 of the University of London Criminal Law examination, use the same scoring system and are time limited to 45 minutes. You may take each test as often as you like. CLICK HERE To see the complete set of recordings available in each subject area please click the links:

Case note: Walker v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [2014]


Recorded lecture for the case note and part A of the LSM exam 2018

This lecture presentation explains and analyses the decision in Walker v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [2014] For more information CLICK HERE

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Contract Law — New Study & Revision Guide for 2018!

Coming in Spring 2018 from Sulis Academic

This book is an excellent companion to any UK Contract Law course. Pulling together the important concepts, issues, cases, statutes, and terms in one place, it is the perfect revision and study companion. Use it in parallel with your course lectures and textbooks, use it for periodic reviewing of the material, and then use it for exam revision.
Including the latest state of the law (as of 2018), this book is an essential tool for passing your LLB exams.

Subhan Hussain. Contract Law: A Revision and Study Guide for LLB students. Sulis Academic Press, 2018.

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Criminal Law: Outlines, Diagrams, and Exam Study Sheets (3d edition)

Criminal Law: Outlines, Diagrams, and Exam Study Sheets is designed to aid you in study and preparation for exams. The book contains three sections: Outlines, Diagrams, and Exam Study Sheets. Outlines are detailed outlines of the course material, arranged by topic. Diagrams are perfect companions to the Outlines, containing flow charts, diagrams, and other visual aids for each topic. Exam Study Sheets are condensed outlines, perfect for getting the ‘big picture,’ for revising, and for testing yourself on the details. All three sections include statutes, cases, and key terms, arranged and color-coded to maximize your studying, memorizing, and revising/reviewing.

Topics include: Elements of an Offense; Actus Reus: Voluntariness, Omissions, Consequences; Mens Rea; Murder and Homicide; Voluntary Manslaughter; Simple Non-Fatal Offenses Against the Person; Aggravated Non-Fatal Offenses Against the Person; Sexual Offenses; Failure of Proof Defense & Justificatory Defenses; Excusatory Defenses & Mental Disorder Defenses; Attempt; Parties to Crime; Theft; Fraud; Robbery; Burglary; Criminal Damage.

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