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Law Tripos

Lectures (full papers)

  • Lectures in Tripos full papers will be pre-recorded.
  • Students will be able to view these lectures irrespective of their capacity to participate in any in-person teaching and/or whether they are remotely located.

Part IA/IB Paper 14 workshops

  • Most workshops will be delivered in-person.
  • However, at least one iteration of each workshop will be delivered online with a view to accommodating students who are remotely participating or otherwise unable to take part in in-person teaching. We will endeavour to take account of time zone issues when scheduling online iterations of Paper 14 workshops.
  • The Faculty’s Interactive Teaching Principles apply to this form of teaching.

Part II half papers: Lectures

  • Half paper lectures will be pre-recorded.
  • Students will be able to view these lectures irrespective of their capacity to participate in any in-person teaching and/or whether they are remotely located.

Part II half papers: Interactive sessions

  • Recorded lectures will be supplemented by interactive sessions that will provide opportunities to ask questions, and engage in discussion with, half paper lecturers.
  • These interactive sessions will be delivered in real time, either in-person or online.
  • Whether any given session is delivered in-person or online will be determined by reference to the Faculty’s Interactive Teaching Principles.   

Part II seminar papers: One-to-one meetings

  • Seminar paper delivery involves a mix of group interaction in seminar sessions and one-to-one meetings with dissertation supervisors.
  • One-to-one meetings can occur in-person or online, but must take place online if either or both of the student or the dissertation supervisor prefers this.

Part II seminar papers: Seminars

  • Seminars will be delivered in real time, either in-person or online.
  • Whether any given session is delivered in-person or online will be determined by reference to the Faculty’s Interactive Teaching Principles.  

LLM

Lecture components of LLM classes

  • The lecture components of LLM classes will be pre-recorded.
  • Students will be able to view these lectures irrespective of their capacity to participate in any in-person teaching and/or whether they are remotely located.

Interactive components of LLM classes

  • The interactive components of LLM classes will be delivered in-person or online (in real time).
  • Whether any given session is delivered in-person or online will be determined by reference to the Faculty’s Interactive Teaching Principles.

LLM workshops

  • LLM workshops will be delivered in-person or online (in real time).
  • Whether any given workshop is delivered in-person or online will be determined by reference to the Faculty’s Interactive Teaching Principles.

MCL

Deals course

  • The MCL Deals course will be delivered online in real time.

MCL modules

  • The default model for most MCL modules will be real-time in-person delivery, subject to the possibility of moving teaching online in accordance with the Faculty’s Interactive Teaching Principles.

LLM papers taken by MCL students

  • The general arrangements set out in relation to the LLM will apply with equal force to LLM papers taken by MCL students.

PhD

Supervisions

  • PhD supervisions will take place in-person or online, and must take place online if either or both of the supervisor and the student prefers this.

Research Training and Development Programme

  • The Research Training and Development Programme will be delivered in real time, either online or in-person.
  • Whether any given session is delivered in-person or online will be determined by reference to the Faculty’s Interactive Teaching Principles.