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LPC Law Notes University Of Law LPC Law Notes

Premium Employment Law Notes - Sample PDF


A collection of the best LPC Employment notes the director of Oxbridge Notes (a former Oxford law graduate) could find in 2014 after combing through seventeen LPC samples from outstanding students with the highest results in England and carefully evaluating each on accuracy, formatting, logical structure, spelling/grammar, conciseness and "wow-factor". In short these are what we believe to be the strongest set of Employment Law notes available in the UK this year. This collection of notes is fully updated for exams in 2014, also making them the most up-to-date study materials you'll find. We're confident you'll find these revision materials useful - check the samples below to see why we are so excited.

Author's description:

These are my Employment Law Elective notes from 2014 complete and up-to-date. I sat the exam in June 2014 and achieved 91% using only these notes and the course textbook.

I believe that these are the most complete employment notes available online and could help anyone get higher marks in the exam. I created them from scratch while attending the University of Law so they follow the course structure exactly. This will of course also reduce your preparation time for workshops. The notes include:

- Consolidated (paraphrased/simplified) transcripts of every single i-Tutorial
- Consolidated notes on every single workshop
- Model answers for all the common claims and questions with the proper structure and distinction-level detail

- Other general notes that are helpful for the MCQs
When using these notes in combination with the flowcharts in the book, you simply can't go wrong. The model answers provide the correct structure and add in multiple advanced points that will help you toward that distinction.

SAMPLE PAGE (disability discrimination model answer):


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Employment Law Notes

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What is included?

  • This product contains 45 documents
  • Approximately 388 pages
  • Includes the following editions:
    • 2017 Editor's Choice
    • 2016 Editor's Choice
    • 2015 Editor's Choice
    • and 1 other editions


  • Grade: 91%
  • Institution: University Of Law (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Level: Professional Certifications

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