During those days, London University's LL.B. Programme was divided into Scheme A (3 years) and Scheme B (4 years). I started with Scheme A with the LL.B Intermediate where I took 4 papers namely Criminal Law, Law of Contract, Constitutional Law and English Legal System.
When I was doing the LL.B. Intermediate, Criminal Law used to be my favourite subject.
J.C. Smith and Brian Hogan's 'Criminal Law: Cases and Materials' was known as the Bible of
Criminal Law at that time.
Holborn Law Tutor's Criminal Law 'Suggested Solutions Pack' really helped me a lot in passing the Criminal Law paper.
After completing the LL.B. Intermediate, I changed to Scheme B where I only took two papers in the second year.
LL.B. Second Year
In the second year, I took up Law of Trusts and Law of Tort. I actually spent a fortune buying law books.
Paul Todd's 'Textbook on Trusts' is easier to read and understand than Philip H. Pettit's 'Equity and the Law of Trusts'
Philip H. Pettit's 'Equity and the Law of Trusts' - the main text for Trusts at that time
Equity and Trusts by JG Duddington - a summary of Trusts
L.B. Curzon's Lecture Notes on Equity and Trusts is the best reference book for Trusts
Holborn Law Tutors' Law of Trusts Past Examination Questions and Suggested Solutions
Tony Weir's 'Casebook on Tort'. I find that Tort is more interesting than Trusts
Winfield and Jolowicz on Tort
Holborn Law Tutors' Law of Tort Suggested Solutions Pack
Vivienne Harpwood's Law of Tort Lecture Notes - the best revision book I could ever have for Tort
LL.B. Third Year
For the third year, I took three subjects, namely, Succession, Family Law, and English Land Law.
Caroline Sawyer's Lecture Notes on Succession, Wills & Probate - the best revision book for Succession at that time,
The Cavendish Q&A Series for Succession by Ian Jones - comparable to Holborn Law Tutors' Suggested Solutions Pack.
Holborn Law Tutors' Suggested Solutions for Succession
University of London's Study Guide for Succession
L.B. Curzon's Lecture Notes on Family Law - the best revision book for Family Law of that time
Holborn Law Tutors' Family Law Suggested Solutions Pack - indispensable to all law undergraduates
Family Law Q&A Series by Chris Barton, Hilary Doupe & Mary Hibbs - comparable to Holborn Law Tutors' Suggested Solutions Pack
University of London's Study Guide on Family Law
Blackstone's Statutes on Family Law by Mika Oldham - indispensable in the exam hall. This was the only book which we were allowed to take into the exam hall.
Martin Dixon's Lecture Notes and Q&A Series on English Land Law - two very useful books for all law students
Casebook on Land Law by Meryl Thomas
LB Curzon's Handbook on Land Law
Holborn Law Tutors' Land Law Suggested Solutions Pack for English Land Law
LL.B. Fourth Year
In the final year I took Jurisprudence and Legal Theory, Commercial Law, and Law of Evidence. Although I attended Kemayan ATC's intensive revision course for the LL.B. fourth year examination, I did not sit for the exam due to my lack of time in trying to handle two university programmes at the same time.
LB Curzon's Lecture Notes and Q&A Series on Jurisprudence
University of London's Study Guide on Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
Holborn Law Tutors' Jurisprudence and Legal Theory Suggested Solutions Pack
Kemayan ATC's intensive revision course on Jurisprudence and Legal Theory.
Michael Furmston and Peter Shears Lecture Notes on Commercial Law
University of London's Study Guide on Commercial Law
The Cavendish Q&A Series on Commercial Law by Paul Dobson and Jo Reddy
Kemayan ATC's intensive revision course on Commercial Law
Alan Taylor's Lecture Notes on Evidence
Kemayan ATC's intensive revision course on Law of Evidence
The Cavendish Q&A Series on Evidence by Christopher Allen