Laws Study Support Sessions 2013/14

Bookings are now being taken for the 2013/14 Laws Study Support Sessions. These sessions take place in London over a number of weekends during the academic year, providing students with face-to-face tuition and the opportunity to network with fellow distance learning students. Tutors will introduce new developments, recent and forthcoming legislation, and assist students on structuring exam answers.

Study support is available for the following courses:

Intermediate:

Criminal law, Public law, Common Law Reasoning and Institutions (CLRI), Elements of the law of contract

Compulsory Finals:

Law of Tort, Land law, Law of Trusts, Jurisprudence and legal theory

Optional Finals:

Company law, EU law, Commercial law

Dates

Intermediates:

Session 1: 23-24 November 2013
Session 2: 11-12 January 2014
Session 3: 8-9 February 2014
Session 4: 15-16 March 2014

Compulsory Finals:

Session 1: 7-8 December 2013
Session 2: 18-19 January 2014
Session 3: 8-9 February 2014
Session 4: 5-6 April 2014

Optional Finals:

Session 1: 23-24 November 2013
Session 2: 15-16 March 2014

To book your place, please complete the online booking form. Spaces are limited for each course so to guarantee a space please book as soon as possible.

For more information and the timetable for each weekend please see the VLE.

For students who may have attended these sessions in the past, please note that this year Study Support Sessions will be held at the University of London Union (ULU) on Malet Street and NOT at Stewart House.

If you have any further questions about the Study Support Sessions, please contact the Laws Office: laws.courses@london.ac.uk.

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