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Conflict of Laws notes fully updated for recent exams in the UK. These notes cover all the major conflicts of laws cases and so are perfect for anyone doing a law degree in the UK or, given the international nature of this subject, these notes also make a great supplement for those studying law abroad.

These notes were formed directly from a reading of the cases and main texts and are vigorous, concise and very well written. Everything is conveniently split up by topic as you can see by the list of files below. See if you like them by referring to the samples below.

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Conflict of Laws Notes

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What is included?

  • This product contains 26 documents
  • Approximately 333 pages
  • Includes the following editions:
    • 2020 Editor's Choice
    • 2015 Editor's Choice
    • 2012 Edition: Highly Technical, Deep and With Separate Case Sheets

Highlights

  • Grade: 1st/Distinction
  • Institution: Oxford (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Level: Undergraduate

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