Welcome to the development site for land law textbooks at Oxford University Press


Here at Oxford University Press we are developing our land law list to meet the varied needs of today’s undergraduate students and their teachers, harnessing the authorial talent and enthusiasm of some of the most outstanding lecturers in this area.

We aim to produce resources that help lecturers convey to their students the enjoyment to be found in this fascinating subject, so the Re-Imagining Land Law Teaching workshop – sponsored by CEPLER and hosted by Birmingham Law School – was an excellent opportunity for us to draw insights from a room full of land law enthusiasts.

We will shortly be producing a paper which draws out the key themes discussed at the September conference, including innovative approaches to teaching and assessing land law and your views on pressing future challenges and how best to respond.

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Land Law

Chris Bevan

March 2018

ISBN: 9780198789765

616 pages | Paperback

The most engaging analysis of land law's key themes, developing a sophisticated understanding through a straightforward style.


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