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NUS Law Review, Full Courseware Package & Module Bundle

The National University of Singapore Faculty of Law is widely regarded as Asia’s leading law school. Staffed by an outstanding permanent faculty diverse in origin and qualifications, NUS Law is dedicated to building a vibrant community and creating an environment that facilitates critical thinking and reflection on the fundamental legal issues confronting our interconnected world.

Located in Singapore, which for more than a century has been a commercial hub at the crossroads of Asia, NUS Law is very much Asia’s Global Law School. Since 1957 our curriculum has been infused with perspectives from other jurisdictions and disciplines. This tradition has accelerated in recent years, providing a legal education that is comparative, international, and multi-disciplinary. The Law School hosts many visiting faculty and students from every continent, offering a lively, cosmopolitan atmosphere both inside and outside the classroom.

The strength of the NUS Law curriculum lies in the broad and diverse range of subjects it offers. In addition to a rigorous core curriculum, students can choose electives in areas ranging from Asian legal studies to banking and finance, from public international law to intellectual property, or from arbitration to jurisprudence. The aim is to provide a liberal education that enables our graduates to think critically and creatively, as globally-oriented lawyers with a strong sense of their role in society.

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NUS Law Textbooks

Big McKendrick 5th Ed (OUTDATED – now 8th)

Chitty-on-Contracts (vol 1)-with-Second-Supplement (32nd ed.)

Chitty-on-Contracts (vol 2)-with-Second-Supplement (32nd ed.)

Edwin Peel – Treitel The Law of Contract (2015, Sweet _ Maxwell Ltd)

Mindy Chen (4th ed.) (OUTDATED – now 6th)

Small Phang

PCRC Report

Simester-and-Sullivan-s-Criminal-Law-Theory-and-Doctrine-

YMC 2nd ed.

Cass_R_Sunstein_Legal_Reasoning

Fisch _ Paul – Getting to Maybe (edited for print)

Neumann – Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing (7th Edition)

Richard_A_Wydick_Plain_English_for

Clerk _ Lindsell on Torts (20th Ed., 2010)

The-Law-of-Torts-in-Singapore (2nd ed)

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NUS Law Module Review: LC1025 Singapore Law in Context

This module will introduce the history of the common law and Singapore legal institutions (including Islamic law), as well as briefly situate Singapore’s law and institutions in relation to other approaches, notably the civil law approach adopted in most Asian jurisdictions. The module may be complemented by field trips to court, a prison, and/or parliament. It should also include an examination of ADR mechanisms in Singapore and an introduction to professional ethics.

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NUS Law Module Review: LC1016 LARC (Sem 1 & 2) Legal Analysis, Research & Communication

The objective of this year‐long course is to develop analytical skills, research skills and communication skills (written and oral) in first year students. In Semester 1, we focus on objective analysis and communication and also introduce students to basic research skills. In Semester 2, we focus on independent research and advocacy. Exercises and assignments will employ real‐life tasks, like office memoranda, court pleadings and client meetings, as means for students to try out their legal skills. However, the primary focus will be on helping students to hone foundational legal skills that are transferable across subjects and contexts.

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NUS Law Module Review: LC1004 Law of Torts

This is a foundation course introducing basic concepts in the law of torts, which deals with the rights and obligations of private parties arising out of civil wrongs. The course will include an in-depth study of the modern tort of negligence, as well as considering the related tort of nuisance. It will also cover the intentional torts and the tort of breach of statutory duty, and will conclude with a brief examination of remedies and vicarious liability.

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NUS Law Module Review: LC1003 Law of Contract (Sem 1 & 2)

This foundational course examines the basic doctrines and issues of contract law, including the creation of rights and obligations from voluntary undertakings, the doctrines which circumscribe the circumstances under which the law permits a dissolution of the contract, and the remedies that the law provides for the breach of contractual obligations. In exploring the constituent components of contracts – formation, privity, frustration, breach, remedies, terms and vitiating factors – the course also examines challenges to the traditional model of contract law, tensions arising from the pulls of certainty and fairness, and other broader issues.

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NUS Law Module Review: LC1002 Introduction to Legal Theory

The goal of this course is to provide students with a basic introduction to basic concepts, issues, and controversies of legal theory. The course will examine some or all of these topics: utilitarian and deontological moral theories; the relationship between morality and law; natural law and positivism; Critical Legal Studies (CLS); gender and the law; Asian values and jurisprudence, culture and the law; and law and economics. These approaches to law will be examined both in their own right and as perspectives from which positive law might be understood and critically assessed.

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NUS Law Module Review: LC1001 Criminal Law

This course is meant to introduce students to the basic principles of criminal liability, mainly through the use of the homicide offences found in the Penal Code. The general defences found in the Penal Code as well as inchoate and joint liability of offenders will be covered in detail. During the course, reference may be made to offences found in other statutes and the law reform proposals from other jurisdictions. Students will also be encouraged to consider why certain forms of conduct are subject to criminal penalties and to critically assess these objectives

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