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  Law Revision Course 2015

"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)

This year's revision course 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 in April & May 2014 at University College, London. Open to all law students on LLB and GDL courses. For further information please click here


 


 

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