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Law Tripos, Examination in Law for European Students, and LL.M. Examination, 2006

The Faculty Board of Law give notice that, with effect from the examinations to be held in 2006, the form of the examination for the Law Tripos, the Examination in Law for European Students, and the LL.M. Examination will be changed as follows:

Law Tripos Examination and Examination in Law for European Students 2006

Paper 26. European Union law

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

Paper 47. Jurisprudence

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

LL.M. Examination 2006

Paper 5. International sales

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

Paper 17. EC trade law

The paper will be divided into two sections and will contain no fewer than eight questions in total. 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 and at least one from Section B. Candidates taking the two-hour paper will be required to attempt two questions, of which one must be taken from Section A and one from Section B. Candidates who have submitted an essay are advised not to attempt a question which overlaps substantially with the subject of their essay: credit will not be given for material which is re-used.

Paper 24. International criminal law

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

Paper 25. International human rights

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

Paper 30. Jurisprudence

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

Paper 37. European legal history

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


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Cambridge University Reporter 11 January 2006
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