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  Criminal Law Online presentations cover a range of criminal law subjects and are viewed online.

They are arranged by subject area - see the left hand navigation panel. You can also search by topic using the search panel at the bottom of the page.

Designed for students on LLB and GDL/CPE programmes.


law revision seminar   Law Revision Seminars March / April / May 2014

"I thought that the criminal law seminar was outstanding. The information about how to tackle criminal law questions was so well presented and easy to follow. It complemented perfectly the very clear recorded criminal law lectures which I have found to be absolutely invaluable" Lilian Zihni, LLB, University of London (External)

Revision seminars in the core Law Subjects - criminal law, law of contract, legal system, public law, law of tort, equity and trusts, land law and eu law - will take place at University College London.

Open to all law students on LLB and GDL / CPE courses.

For further information please click here

The criminal law online presentations are recorded and produced by Norman Baird and are his copyright. For more information click here

criminal law tutor   Criminal Law Tutor: If you would like private 1-2-1 tuition in criminal law either face to face in London or by Skype please click here

Criminal Law Online presentations are more than recorded lectures. The audio lectures are supported by powerpoint text and most include visual guides adn quizzes so that you can test your knowledge. There is a full description on the product pages. Presentations are accessible until the end of the academic year - July 2014. If you would like to extend the viewing period contact us


New audio presentation: Regina (Rottman) v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [2002] - case analysis.

For University of London students: The CLRI assessment this year requires students to write a case note on the decision of the House of Lords in R v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis ex parte Rottman [2002] and to answer questions on the case in the May examination.

In this audio presentation the decision of the House is analysed in full. #
The presentation combines audio and powerpoint slides and is viewable on PCs, Macs and all mobile devices including IPADS.

For more information CLICK HERE



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