UCL FACULTY OF LAWS

Information for Current Undergraduate Students

Preliminary Reading for Incoming Undergraduate Students

The following preliminary reading is intended for incoming undergraduate students whose places have been confirmed on one of our LLB degrees for September 2013 entry. In addition to this reading, the following documents have been mailed through the post at the end of August to all incoming undergraduates:

* Letter confirming your place on one of our LLB degree programmes starting in September 2013
* Student Law Society Freshers' Booklet (Please note a typo on page 7: the 'Meet the Parents and Bloomsbury Bowl' will be held on 25th September)
* UCL Transition 2013/14 leaflet

Please note that the above information is applicable only to applicants whose places have been confirmed on an LLB degree starting in September 2013. If you have been confirmed on an LLB degree for a deferred place, starting in September 2014, you will not be mailed any of the above information (with the exception of a letter confirming your place for September 2014 entry). Nor is it necessary for you to complete the preliminary reading at this stage. You will be sent up to date information during the next admissions cycle.

Further information about joining UCL is also available on the UCL website at: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/new-students/

NEW STUDENTS
Introduction to Law and Legal Methods

Preliminary Reading to download:

Introduction to Law and Legal Methods Tutorial Preparation

UCL Law Library Booklet

 

Contract

There is no preliminary reading for Contract

Criminal Law

There is no preliminary reading for Criminal

Property I

The required preliminary reading to download for Property I is an extract from Robert Chambers, An Introduction to Property Law in Australia, 3rd edition, Thomson Sydney (2013):

What Is Property?

Public Law

The required preliminary reading text book for Public Law is: Leyland, Peter. The Constitution of the United Kingdom: A Contextual Analysis (Constitutional Systems of the World), Second Edition, HART Publishers

The required text book for Public Law is Turpin and Tomkins, British Government and the Constitution, seventh edition (2011). Accepted students should acquire this book by the end of the first week of term at the latest.