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May focus: equity and trusts

Sophisticated, engaging titles that bring clarity to equity and trusts. Our broad selection of chapters in this month's collection all come from our equity and trusts resources. The chapters are free to access for the month; dip into the collection and uncover the significance of some of the jacket images uses too.

Take a look at the collection.


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Revising wisely: Concentrate

Revision is now well underway. If you already have access to Law Trove then you have access to some of the best revision resources available. Select 'Study & Revision' from the subject menu to see what's available. You can also use the multiple choice questions in the left hand menu of most titles to test your understanding.

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May 2022 Update

User top tip: Search for a figure


Many of us find figures or diagrams useful for explaining concepts, or to cement ideas when revising. Need a quick reminder of the court structure?

Select Browse All in the subject menu > select "figure captions" under the Modify your search side bar > enter the term e.g. "courts" and the resulting chapters will all include at least one figure with "courts" in the title.

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Why Oxford Law Trove?

Explore the wealth of Oxford law textbook list with intuitive functionality, navigation, and features that enhance the learning experience. A powerful search facility means you can delve deeper into your subject, and connect with additional resources in your own institution’s library.

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Essential Cases

Unique to Law Trove, Essential Cases provide a bridge between course textbooks and key case judgments. They act as a spring board for students to engage with primary case materials, helping law teachers unblock a longstanding barrier.

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Search tip #2 - the wildcard

Use the wildcard to broaden search when you're unsure. The name of the judge which sounds like "Lord Sumpshon"? Search Sump*on. What’s that case involving something stone? Try E*stone. When you use the wildcard Law Trove will look for one missing letter or several. It's ideal when you’re just not sure of the word.

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Individual students can purchase subject collections or the complete collection direct from oup.com. Subject collections are priced at £44.99 and are available now, or consider the complete law collection for £199.99, both give access for 12 months. Institutions should contact their campus rep for full details.