As part of our strategy to continually develop and design high quality and educationally sound courses the Undergraduate Laws Programmes (ULP) are always keen to take an opportunity
Note on Chaudury v Yavuz: part two- the constructive trust issues The judge at first instance had, as an alternative, upheld the claim of C
Chaudury v Yavuz  EWCA Civ 1314 is a useful Court of Appeal case touching on a number of central land law issues. The case
A child asks his mother for a chocolate bar. The mother tells him that he can have the chocolate if he answers a question correctly.
If there is a hartal on a day when a UoL examination is scheduled to take place the examination will be rescheduled to take place
As part of the Regional Revision Courses we had planned to offer a Criminal Law revision course in Bangladesh. However, due to a general strike