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LL.M. Examination, 2001

The Faculty Board of Law gives notice that, with effect from the examination in 2001, the form for the LL.M. Examination will be changed, as follows:

Paper 36. Advanced trust law

Each paper will contain not less than six questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any three.


Paper 6. European environmental law and policy Paper 10. Public law

Each paper will contain not less than nine questions. Candidates taking the three-hour paper will be required to attempt any three questions and candidates taking the two-hour paper will be required to attempt any two. Candidates who have submitted an essay are advised not to attempt a question which overlaps substantially with the subject of the essay; credit will not be given for material which is re-used.


Paper 5. International sales
Paper 19. Private law and political theory
Paper 11. Jurisprudence
Paper 31. Commercial insurance law

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


Paper 8. History and English civil and criminal law 1485-1710
Paper 25. The European Union as a new legal order

Paper 20. History and theory of international law
Paper 32. Modern legal history

Each paper will contain not less than ten questions. Candidates taking the three-hour paper will be required to attempt any three questions and candidates taking the two-hour paper will be required to attempt any two. Candidates who have submitted an essay are advised not to attempt a question which overlaps substantially with the subject of the essay; credit will not be given for material which is re-used.


Paper 1. Introduction to UK tax law
Paper 2. International commercial litigation
Paper 21. Foundations of international law
Paper 22. International human rights law
Paper 24. Settlement of international disputes
Paper 27. Competition law
Each paper will contain not less than eight questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any three.

Paper 16. Intellectual property Paper 37. The WTO and international economic law

Each paper will contain not less than eight questions. Candidates taking the three-hour paper will be required to attempt any three questions and candidates taking the two-hour paper will be required to attempt any two. Candidates who have submitted an essay are advised not to attempt a question which overlaps substantially with the subject of the essay; credit will not be given for material which is re-used.


Paper 4. The law of restitution

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

Paper 7. History of English civil and criminal law 1154-1485

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

Paper 9. Law and practice of civil liberties

The paper will be divided into two sections and will contain not less than eight questions. Candidates taking the three-hour paper will be required to attempt three questions of which at least one question must be taken from Section A. Candidates taking the two-hour paper will be required to attempt two questions of which one question must be taken from Section A and one question from Section B. Candidates who have submitted an essay are advised not to attempt a question which overlaps substantially with the subject of the essay; credit will not be given for material which is re-used.

Paper 12. International commercial tax

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

Paper 13. Comparative law

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

Paper 15. Corporate finance law

The paper will contain not less than six questions. Candidates taking the three-hour paper will be required to attempt any three questions; candidates taking the two-hour paper will be required to attempt any two. Candidates who have submitted an essay are advised not to attempt a question which overlaps substantially with the subject of the essay; credit will not be given for material which is re-used.

Paper 23. Law of armed conflict, use of force and peacekeeping

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

Paper 26. Issues in European economic law

The paper will be divided into four sections. Each section will contain not less than two questions. Candidates will be required to attempt three questions of which not more than one question must be taken from any section.

Paper 29. Family law and policy

The paper will be divided into two sections. Section A will contain not less than three questions and Section B will contain not less than five questions. Candidates taking the three-hour paper will be required to attempt any three questions; candidates taking the two-hour paper will be required to attempt any two questions from Section B only.

Paper 30. Philosophy of criminal law

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

Paper 34. Civil social and environmental rights in the European Union

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

Paper 35. European legal history

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

Paper 38. Corporate governance.

The paper will contain not less than three questions of which candidates will be required to attempt all questions set.

Paper 39. Economics of law and regulation

The paper will contain not less than ten questions. Candidates taking the three-hour paper will be required to attempt any three questions; candidates taking the two-hour paper will be required to attempt any two. Candidates who have submitted an essay are advised not to attempt a question which overlaps substantially with the subject of the essay; credit will not be given for material which is re-used.

Whewell Scholarship paper on problems and disputed points in international law

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


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Cambridge University Reporter, 6 December 2000
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