Study Materials

Reading Lists

Essential and recommended texts are listed in each subject guide, which you should receive no later then September. If you want advice in advance of receiving study guides, your programme manager may be able to help. The Online Library enquiry service cannot recommend specific text books or journal articles, though we can help you find suitable resources for your programme of study.

Study Guides

You should pay your continuing registration fee as soon as possible so that the International Programmes can send your study guides. Please remember to send your study materials questionnaire with your payment. Sometimes study guides need revision, the International Programmes aims to have all guides ready by September, so you may not receive all your guides until that month.

If you have not received your subject guides, complete the ask a question form in the portal or contact the Student Advice Centre.

Online Study Guides

To facilitate your study, material from the Laws study guides are now available online:

Recent Developments in Law

The latest available Recent Developments in Law are available from the VLE:

Introductory Booklist

The Introductory Booklist includes some of the recommended books for LLB compulsory subjects [Intermediate and Part I subjects]: Criminal law, Public law, Common law reasoning and institutions and Elements of the law of contract, as well as Law of tort, Law of trusts, and Land law. This list will be of interest particularly to newly registered Diploma in Law students or those considering registration.

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