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:

LONDON LAW LECTURES – new lectures added (Contract)


Law of Contract – Mistake – CLICK HERE
Law of Contract – Misrepresentation – CLICK HERE

To see the complete set of recordings available in each subject area please click the links:

QED Law Revision Seminars in UK and Canada
The 2018 QED Law revision programme is now open for booking. The seminars will again take place at University College London and in Toronto.

For more information about the London seminars please CLICK HERE
And for the Toronto seminars please CLICK HERE

There are discounts for early booking.

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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QED Revision Seminars — Toronto (March)

QED Law Courses, one of the best revision sites and seminars for LLB students, is once again holding its Revision Seminars in Toronto this March.

Revision Seminars in Toronto
Since 2004, QED Law has provided revision seminars in London for students studying the University of London International Programmes LLB. The seminars were offered for the first time in Toronto in 2016.Venue 6850 Goreway Drive Mississauga, L4V 1V7
Seminar Programme 2018
Date Time Subject
Sat March 24th 09.15 – 14.00 Law of Contract
Sat March 24th 09.15 – 14.00 Property Law
Sat March 24th 15.00 – 19.45 Tort Law
Sat March 24th 15.00 – 19.45 Public Law
Sun March 25th 09.15 – 14.00 Criminal Law
Sun March 25th 09.15 – 14.00 Equity & Trusts
Sun March 25th 15.00 – 19.45 LSM
Sun March 25th 15.00 – 19.45 EU Law
Fee per seminar. £135


This is a highly-recommdned seminar for revision. To book online, CLICK HERE. 

Or visit the website for more information.

Jurisprudence: Diagrams for Law Students (most popular last month)

Most Popular resource last Month:

This book contains diagrams and flowcharts as an aid to the study of Jurisprudence. Designed to help you get the big picture of the theories, jurists, and terms of the subject. Use them to see an overall picture of each before you begin reading your texts, to organize your own notes, and to review and revise. Prepare for your exams by using them to test your knowledge on the details.

Topics include:

  • The Imperative/Command Theory
  • Classical and Modern Natural Law Theory
  • Hart’s Concept of Law
  • Hart’s Defense Against Natural Law and Fuller’s Critiques
  • Raz, Practical Reason, the Authority of Law
  • Kelson’s Theory
  • Dworkin: Integrity and Interpretation
  • Marxist Legal Theory
  • Liberalism and the Law
  • Feminist Legal Theory

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