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Upon joining, you become a valuable UOL student and gain instant access to over 2,100 case summaries. UOL Case Bank is constantly expanding. Speed up your revision with us now.

As a law student, you are expected to read as many cases as possible. However, this expectation is unrealistic because cases are notoriously long, boring, and difficult to understand. In many cases, reading them in full is unnecessary because you only need to know what precedents or legal principles they establish. That is why we are here to provide you with access to over 2,100 case summaries, allowing you to spend your precious time elsewhere more productively. We carefully curate and summarise cases, enabling you to grasp the essence of landmark cases quickly without having to read the full judgments.

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1. Administrative Law (180 cases)

2. Agency Law (8 cases)

3. Business Law (189 cases)

4. Civil and Criminal Procedure (49 cases)

5. Civil Litigation (21 cases)

6. Commercial Law (54 cases)

7. Company Law (189 cases)

8. Company and Partnership Law (189 cases)

9. Conflict of Laws (6 cases)

10. Constitutional Law (214 cases)

11. Contract Law (327 cases)

12. Criminal Law (237 cases)

13. Criminal Litigation (30 cases)

14. Criminal Practice (30 cases)

15. Dispute Resolution (21 cases)

16. Employment Law (252 cases)

17. English Legal System (18 cases)

18. Equity and Trusts (231 cases)

19. EU Law (173 cases)

20. Evidence (18 cases)

21. Family Law (56 cases)

22. Human Rights (124 cases)

23. Intellectual Property (21 cases)

24. International Commercial Law (54 cases)

25. Labour Law (252 cases)

26. Land Law (236 cases)

27. Law of Wills and Succession (56 cases)

28. Legal System and Method (18 cases)

29. Property Law (236 cases)

30. Private International Law (6 cases)

31. Public Law (214 cases)

32. Public International Law (13 cases)

33. The Law of Business Organisations (189 cases)

34. Tort Law (309 cases)

35. Trusts Law (231 cases)

36. Wills and Administration of Estates (56 cases)

UOL Case Bank is constantly updated to keep you abreast of the latest legal developments. You will become a valuable UOL student and have access to our exclusive content until graduation and possibly longer. Since UK undergraduate law degree programmes typically last 3-4 years, we guarantee that you will have access to UOL Case Bank for at least 4 years, with the possibility of extension upon request.

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Upon joining, you become a valuable UOL student and gain instant access to over 2,100 case summaries. UOL Case Bank is constantly expanding. Speed up your revision with us now.

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