This post has been contributed by Professor Roger Halson, Module Convenor for Contract law. The doctrine of frustration provides relief from a contract when its
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THE MODEL ARTICLES: FAILING TO ‘THINK SMALL FIRST’
This post has been contributed by Professor Christopher Riley, Module Convenor for Company law. The Companies Act 2006 is supposed to be driven by a
Lies, sex and law reform- How to respond to deceptive sex?
This post was contributed by Dr Laura Lammasniemi, Associate Professor, Law School of University of Warwick. When should we criminalise sex by deception? What kind
Violence and protest in Iran and social contract
This post has been contributed by Professor Jill Marshall, Module Convenor for Jurisprudence.
Tutors delivering your intensive revision in 2023……
The Undergraduate Laws Revision Event have something of a reputation and return again this March where University of London tutors will provide an overview of
Art, Antiquities and s.13, Sale of Goods Act 1979
This post was contributed by Professor James Devenney, tutor for Undergraduate Laws. Sometimes a seller will describe a piece of art as being by a