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Sender:
Gerhard Dannemann
Date:
Tue, 30 Oct 2007 21:56:16 +0100
Re:
The underrated undergraduate subject

 

Is this a well kept secret, or am I the only one who has until today missed out on the fact that the Law Society and the Bar Council require all undergraduates to have been taught restitution? At least this is what their Joint Statement (p. 5) tells us.

"Obligations including Contract, Restitution and Tort" is commonly "translated" in to "Obligations I: Contract" and "Obligations II: Tort", with restitution being dropped in the process.

Funny enough, outside their joint declaration, even Bar Council and Law Society subscribe to this view.

Can anyone illuminate me on the story behind this?

  

Best regards,
Gerhard Dannemann

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Centre for British Studies
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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