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Subject Forum 2019

The BA Tripos Subject Forum is an event held at the end of each academic year to help current Tripos students decide which papers to select for the following academic year. Course convenors for each course discuss for approximately 10 minutes the goals and objectives of their course.

Potential applicants to the undergraduate BA Tripos degree viewing these presentations must bear in mind the students who were in the audience were intended as the target audience.

Most of the papers offered in 2019-20 will run in future years, but not necessarily all of them. Please check the appropriate Tripos curriculum for further information.

The presentations from Subject Forum are available below:

Subject presentations

  • Administrative Law - Alison Young: Audio - (Part IB and II)
  • Civil Law I - David Ibbetson: Audio - (Part IB)
  • Civil Law II - David Ibbetson: Audio - (Part IB and II)
  • Commercial Law - Louise Merrett: Audio - (Part II)
  • Company Law - Richard Williams: Audio - (Part II)
  • Comparative Law - John Bell: Audio - (Part IB and II)
  • Competition Law - Albertina Albors-Llorens: Audio - (Part II)
  • Conflict of Laws - Pippa Rogerson: Audio - (Part II)
  • Criminal Procedure and Criminal Evidence - Jonathan Rogers: Audio - (Part IB and II)
  • European Environmental and Sustainable Development Law - Markus Gehring: Audio - (Part II Half Paper)
  • Family Law - Jens Scherpe: Audio - (Part IB and II)
  • Historical Foundations of the British Constitution - Rose Melikan: Audio - (Part II Half Paper)
  • Intellectual Property - Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan: Audio - (Part II)
  • International Law - Andrew Sanger: Audio - (Part IB & II)
  • Jurisprudence - Trevor Allen: Audio - (Part IB and II)
  • Labour Law - Catherine Barnard: Audio - (Part II)
  • Landlord and Tenant - Martin Dixon: Audio - (Part II Half Paper)
  • Legal History - Neil Jones: Audio - (Part IB and II)
  • Topics in European Legal History - John Allison: Audio - (Part II Half Paper)
  • Topics in Legal and Political Philosophy - Matthew Kramer: Audio - (Part II Half Paper)
  • The Erasmus + Scheme - Sophie Turenne: Audio - (Year overseas)

Talks are not be given on the Foundation Subjects — Constitutional Law, Law of Contract, Criminal Law, Land Law, Tort, Equity and European Union Law.

Presentations on Part II Seminars are organised separately, and are not recorded.