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You will study with our highly effective law notes written by world-class legal educators with reference to the LLB programme of the University of London, the SQE assessment specification, and the CILEX qualification framework, so our study notes are suitable for anyone studying common law at any university or preparing for the SQE, CILEX, LLB, PGDL, GDL or UOL law exams.


All difficult legal concepts are turned into digestible bullet points supported by case law and statue law in a memorable sequence, so you will learn more efficiently from our notes than from textbooks or subject guides.


Most importantly, you will learn essential law exam and essay writing skills that are not taught in class. We will show you how to answer problem questions and write law essays step by step to achieve first-class results.


It is totally possible to achieve first-class results for your LLB, GDL or PGDL by self-study. The topics also cover SQE and CILEX assessment specifications, so you will revise for several qualifications with one set of notes.


⭐️ UOLLB First Class Law Notes are updated every year to reflect any changes in the curriculum.


Be amazed by top-notch LLB, GDL, PGDL, SQE and CILEX study materials developed by world-class faculty, and unveil the secret of getting first-class results and passing your professional exam now.


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"I am impressed by how the notes are structured to facilitate effective learning."

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Track record of success

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All my exams went online last year due to COVID-19. Although it was an open-book exam, I felt like I was cheating because the notes pinpointed all the answers for me. I easily got 70 for Tort and Property. I'm in my third year now, and I'm on the path to a first class law degree, so I will keep using the notes prepared by UOLLB professors.

— Micheal Singham

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UOLLB has saved my grades. I failed Criminal Law and Public Law in my first year, and I doubted if I should continue my legal education. After using the notes, I got 70 for Criminal Law and 68 for Public Law in my second attempt. I'm so happy for the results.

— Martin Catterall

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I only spent £39.99 purchasing the first year package and I got at least 70 for all my first year modules. My friends spent a lot of money attending lessons at a UOL teaching centre, and they only got a bare pass for most of their modules. I will definitely use the notes written by UOLLB professors for my second and third years.

— Asymawi Khan

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I worked full-time but I managed to graduate with first class honours thanks to UOLLB. The notes saved me a lot of trouble and time for revision. It would not be possible for me to get a first without the notes.

— James Ford

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In order to save money, I opted for self-study. The notes explained the legal concepts so well that I didn't need to rely on the textbooks and subject guides at all. UOLLB helped me get a first for Contract Law, Criminal Law, Tort, Property Law, and Public Law. I'm so lucky to have used the notes.

— Daniel Premananda

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After using the notes, I got first-class results in my second and third years. I eventually graduated with a 2.1. If I had used UOLLB notes in my first year, I'm sure I would have graduated with a first class law degree.

— Firdaus Arif

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I started revision only 2 weeks before the exams. The notes explained the legal concepts very well, and I could have a firm grasp of the topics very quickly. I'm grateful for UOLLB professors who helped me secure a first.

— Kelvin Tan

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I studied at a UoL recognised teaching centre. It was a very disappointing learning experience. I could feel the passion of UOLLB professors just by reading the notes they prepared. Without them, I would not have graduated with a first class degree.

— Mizan Ahmad

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My professor spent an entire lesson just explaining a legal concept, but the notes explained it very clearly in a few sentences. The legal concepts presented in the notes are carefully worded to avoid confusion. UOLLB professors are true legal educators.

— Shaura Barakbah

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I highly recommend UOLLB to all ambitious law students. The notes will help you stand out from your classmates because you will become a more efficient learner and exam-taker. It is my secret weapon for getting a first class law degree.

— Stewart Regan

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I'm a law student from another university. I found the notes incredibly useful. The notes help me understand a lot of difficult legal concepts quickly. I think my professors would become more efficient teachers if they simply used the notes to teach us.

— Tay Pek Chua

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Because of COVID-19, everything went online, and I could not get help from my professors and tutors in a timely manner due to social distancing. The notes solved all my academic problems and helped me become a more efficient law student.

—Dominic Young

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I got 72 for Equity and Trusts and 71 for Company Law after using UOLLB First Class Law Notes. These 2 modules are notoriously difficult, and I don't think I could have achieved first class results without the help of UOLLB professors who know how to get excellent marks in law exams.

— Rebecca Jones

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I must admit I am a lazy student who revises for exams in the last minute. I am surprised I could get first class results for Public Law, Criminal Law, and Contract Law in my first year. The notes explain all the legal concepts very well, saving me a lot of time. I will definitely continue to use the notes in my second and third years.

— Priscillia Poon

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Your expectation of getting first class results after using UOLLB First Class Law Notes is realistic. I got 70 or higher for 7 modules out of 9, including Contract Law, Criminal Law, Public Law, Tort Law, Equity and Trusts, Property Law, and Company Law, all with the help of UOLLB professors and their well written revision notes.

— Sameer Hussain

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