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Tripos

1 June: Paper 10. Civil law I (Part IA / Part IB / ELES)

1 June: Paper 30. Civil law II (Part IB / Part II)

1 June: Paper 35. Criminal procedure and criminal evidence (Part IB / Part IIELES)

1 June: Paper 43. Commercial law (Part II)

2 June: Paper 21. Land Law (Part IB)

2 June: Paper 42. Competition law (Part II / ELES)

2 June: Paper 49. European environmental and sustainable development law (Part IIELES)

2 June: Paper 49. Landlord & Tenant Law (Part II)

3 June: Paper 40. Equity (Part II)

3 June: Paper 49. Historical Foundations of the British Constitution (Part IIELES)

4 June: Paper 12. Criminal law (Part IA / Part IIELES)

4 June: Paper 20. Law of Contract (Part IBELES)

4 June: Paper 49. Topics in European Legal History (Part II / ELES)

8 June: Paper 38. International law

8 June: Paper 47. Aspects of obligations

8 June: Paper 49. Topics in Legal and Political Philosophy

9 June: Paper 31. Administrative law

10 June: Paper 13. Law of tort

10 June: Paper 41. European Union law

11 June: Paper 32. Family law

11 June: Paper 45. Intellectual property

15 June: Paper 33. Legal history

15 June: Paper 46. Company law

16 June: Paper 34. Criminology, sentencing, and the penal system (also serves as Paper SOC15 of the Human, Social, and Political Sciences Tripos)

17 June: Paper 37. Jurisprudence

18 June: Paper 36. Comparative law

18 June: Paper 48. Conflict of laws

22 June: Paper 11. Constitutional law

22 June: Paper 44. Labour law

LLM

1 June: Paper 18. External Relations Law of the EU

1 June: Paper 22. Advanced Labour Law

1 June: Paper 23. The Law of the World Trade Organization

1 June: Paper 2. International Commercial Tax

1 June: Paper 35. History of English Civil and Criminal Law

2 June: Paper 29. International Investment Law

3 June: Paper 14. Competition Law (LLM / MCL)

3 June: Paper 30. Jurisprudence

4 June: Paper 33. Comparative Family Law and Policy

4 June: Paper 41. Advanced Private Law

8 June: Paper 3. International Commercial Litigation

9 June: Paper 9. Corporate Finance Law

9 June: Paper 24. International Criminal Law

10 June: Paper 10. Corporate Governance

10 June: Paper 36. International Intellectual Property Law

10 June: Paper 39. Legislation

11 June: Paper 12. Intellectual Property

11 June: Paper 20. Law of Armed Conflict, Use of Force and Peacekeeping

15 June: Paper 8. International Financial Law

15 June: Paper 15. International Environmental Law

15 June: Paper 31. Topics in Legal and Political Philosophy

16 June: Paper 4. Law of Restitution

16 June: Paper 7. Corporate Insolvency Law

17 June: Paper 25. International Human Rights Law

18 June: Paper 34. International Law of Global Governance

18 June: Paper 6. Law and Information

22 June: Problems and disputed points in International Law (Whewell Scholarships in International Law)

22 June: Paper 5. Economics of Law and Regulation

23 June: Paper 1. Law, Medicine and Life Sciences