Morse, D. (2023) ‘The rights of third parties’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (3), pp.32-33.
Privity of contract and the exceptions to this within contract law. One of the key principles studied in contract law is that of privity of contract.

Clarke Fleming, C. (2023) ‘Defining misrepresentation’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (3), pp.2-5.
Examine the three types of misrepresentation.

Clarke Fleming, C. (2023) ‘Examination focus: tackling formation questions in contract law’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (2), pp.24-27. How to approach problem questions on the formation of a contract.

Beauman, C. (2022) ‘Ten things you need to know about exclusion causes’, A-Level Law Review, 18 (1). pp.16-17.
Craig Beauman outlines ten key points to aid your revision.

Ithier, L. (2021) ‘Examination focus: exclusion clauses in contract law’, A Level Law Review, 16 (2), pp.30-32.
Laura Ithier looks at the control of exclusion clauses in contract law.

Mitchell, A. (2021) ‘Examination focus: mapping out contract terms’, A Level Law Review, 16 (3), pp.14-15.
The terms topic on contract law is essential to the subject, so much so that it merits particular care and attention during exam preparation. This ‘Examination focus’ is relevant to your exam Paper 3 on Law of Contract.

Mudge, R. (2021) ‘Examination focus: the end of a contract: performance, breach, frustration’, A Level Law Review, 16 (3), pp.21-23.
Rowena Mudge explores how contracts come to an end. This article links to your exam Paper 3 on Law of Contract.

Beauman, C. (2020) ‘Ten things you need to know about intention to create legal relations’, A Level Law Review, 15 (2), pp.16-17.
Craig Beauman provides a framework for your revision of intention to create legal relations in contract law.

Mitchell, A. (2020) ‘Theory of contract law: offer and acceptance’, A Level Law Review, 15 (2), pp.29-33.
Andrew Mitchell assesses the offer and acceptance elements of the formation process, and the rules that the law provides on the communication of an acceptance of offer. He also looks at the merits of the postal rule of acceptance and the current thinking on instantaneous communications.

Nuttall, L. (2020) ‘Examination focus: formation of contract’, A Level Law Review, 15 (2), pp.18-19.
Liz Nuttall explains how to establish formation of contract in exams. Problem questions involving formation issues are frequently seen in A-level law exams.

Yule, I. (2020) ‘Examination focus: damages in contract’, A Level Law Review, 15 (2), pp.7-9.
Ian Yule shows how to approach claims for damages in contract.

Yule, I. (2020) ‘Examination focus: misrepresentation in contract law’, A Level Law Review, 15 (3), pp.6-9.
Ian Yule explains the relevant legal rules on misrepresentation and shows how they need to be applied in problem-solving questions.

Yule, I. (2020) ‘Examination focus: remedies for misrepresentation’, A Level Law Review, 15 (3), pp.18-19.
Following on from his column on pages 6-9 of this issue, Ian Yule outlines the remedies for misrepresentation.

Nuttall, L. (2019) ‘Examination focus: an alaysis of offer in contract law’, A Level Law Review, 15 (1), pp.10-12.
Explains how to identify a valid offer, which is capable of acceptance, in a problem-based scenario question.

Yule, I. (2019) ‘Consideration explained’, A Level Law Review, 15 (1), pp.22-25.
Summarises what you need to know about consideration.

Yule, I. (2019) ‘Landmarks in the common law: cases in frustration’, A Level Law Review, 15 (1), pp.30-31.
Presents cases involving the contract law doctrine of frustration, including a recent European Union (EU) case.

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