LLB Programmes


From 2010, the principle subject matter of Property II will be the law of trusts, though in the second term the law governing fiduciaries will also be studied in detail. The final part of the course covers various issues in the philosophy of property.

Teaching and Learning:

From 2010, formal instruction in Property II will consist of 19 two-hour seminars and 8 one-hour tutorials. There is one seminar each week during term and four tutorials per term. Students need to prepare for each seminar and tutorial in advance, primarily by reading the Cases and Materials, which are prepared by the course co-ordinator. There will also be an assigned text on the law of trusts which will be the primary source of reading for tutorials.


Formal assessment in Property II is by final examination in May, which counts for 100% of the mark in the course. Informal assessment (which does not count towards the mark in the course) consists of the opportunity to submit three essays over the course of the year.


National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)
All applicants are required to take the LNAT as soon as possible and no later than 20 January (registration deadline 15 January).

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