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Law Tripos, 2001

The Faculty Board of Law give notice that, with effect from the examination in 2001, the form of the examination for the Law Tripos will be changed, as follows:

Paper 1. Civil law I
Paper 10. Law of contract
Paper 11. Land law
Paper 20. Administrative law
Paper 25. Criminal procedure and criminal evidence
Paper 42. Intellectual property
Paper 45. Conflict of laws
Each paper will contain not less than eight questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any four.

Paper 12. International law
Paper 21. Family law
Paper 24. Equity
Paper 43. Company law
Each paper will contain not less than nine questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any four.

Paper 2. Constitutional law
Paper 22. Legal history
Paper 26. European Union law
Paper 44. Aspects of obligations
Each paper will contain not less than ten questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any four.

Paper 3. Criminal law

The paper will be divided into two sections and will contain not less than nine questions. Candidates will be required to attempt two questions from each section.

Paper 4. Law of tort

The paper will contain not less than ten questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any five.

Paper 13. Civil law II

The paper will be divided into two sections and will contain not less than eight questions. Candidates will be required to attempt a total of four questions of which at least one question must be taken from each section.

Paper 23. Sentencing and the penal system

The paper will contain not less than eleven questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any four.

Paper 40. Commercial law

The paper will contain nine questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any four.

Paper 41. Labour law

The paper will be divided into two sections and will contain not less than ten questions. Candidates will be required to attempt a total of four questions of which at least one question must be taken from Section A and at least one question from Section B.

Paper 46. Comparative law

The paper will contain ten questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any five.

Paper 47. Jurisprudence

The paper will contain ten questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any four.

Paper 48. Prescribed subjects (half-papers)

Personal property
Select topics in early modern legal history
Banking law
Civil procedure
European human rights
Medical law
Law of succession
Law of taxation
Law and philosophy
Each paper will contain not less than six questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any three.

Landlord and tenant

The paper will contain six questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any three.

Topics in European economic law

The paper will contain not less than four questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any two.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 6 December 2000
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