YEAR THREE ARTICLES

Articles Submitted by Third-Year Law Students, From Either Their First, Second or Third Year at Brunel University London

TORT LAW

Third-year Law student Lujain Burhamah answers a question on tort law.

 ‘There is currently no provision in the English Law of Tort which allows for liability for omission. The law should be reformed to impose a general duty on individuals to assist their fellow citizens who are in difficulty.’ Critically discuss this statement.

EU LAW

Third-year Law student Mustafa Mansour answers a question on EU law.

‘The CJEU’s case law on what constitutes a “sufficiently serious breach” of European Union law for purposes of state liability lacks clarity’. Critically discuss this statement.

CONTRACT LAW

Third-year Law student Raheema Mohamoud answers a question on contract law.

'The notion of consideration has now become so convoluted that it has no meaning or relevance any more in the English law of contract. It should no longer be regarded as a necessary element in a legal contract.'

LAND LAW

Third-year Law student Keagan Van Wijk answers a question on land law.

LAW OF TRUSTS

Third-year Law student Kaegan Van Wijk answers a question on law of trusts.

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