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No 6423

Wednesday 27 April 2016

Vol cxlvi No 28

pp. 478–497

Form and conduct of examinations

Examination for the degree of Master of Corporate Law, 2016–17

The Faculty Board of Law gives notice that, with effect from the examinations to be held in 2016–17, the form and/or conduct of the examination for the following papers for the M.C.L. (Master of Corporate Law) will be changed as follows:

Paper M2f. US corporate law

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

Candidates will be permitted to take Hamilton and Macey, Statutory Supplement to Cases and Materials on Corporations Including Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies (any edition); Klein, Ramseyer and Bainbridge, Klein, Ramseyer and Bainbridge’s Business Associations-Agency, Partnerships, LLCs and Corporations, Statutes and Rules (any edition); O’Kelley and Thompson, Corporations and Other Business Associations, Selected Statutes, Rules, and Forms (any edition) into the examination.

Paper M2g. The organization and governance of law firms

The title of the paper will change from ‘The organization and governance of law firms’ to ‘The law firm as a business’.

Paper M2h. International financial regulation

The paper will contain no fewer than four questions of which candidates will be required to attempt any three.

It is an open book examination. In addition to the other permitted materials, there will be no further materials prescribed.

All other parts of the examination remain unchanged.