We are pleased to introduce the first volume of the 6th Edition of the Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal. This year, due to increasing readership and a widening pool of outstanding submissions the Journal will be publishing two volumes as part of the 6th Edition instead of just one. For this Edition, we have drawn from a large pool of quality submissions by students from law schools across the United Kingdom. This is only possible because of the conscientious efforts by our Editors, Jean and Govind, and their team of Associate Editors. 

We are also pleased to announce our newest sponsorhip developments. Norton Rose Fulbright has kindly agreed to double their sponsorship of the Norton Rose Fulbright Prize. This prize is awarded to the best private law submission to the Journal. In this respect, would like to thank Associate Professor Luke Rostill for selecting the prize-winner. This year's recipient is Thomas Foxton. 




Volume 1

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i. Introduction 

Marius Benedikt Gass and Zi Xiang Tan (Warren), Editors-in-Chief

ii. Defective Premises: Rethinking Murphy v Brentwood

John Timothy Cheung

iii. Share and Share Alike: Contributory Negligence and Contractual Claims

Thomas Foxton - Winner of the Norton Rose Fulbright Prize for the Best Article in Contract, Tort, Trusts and Land

iv. In Defence of Ingram v Little: Understanding Collateral Offer and Acceptance 

Jian Jun Liew

v. Procudural Fairness in Prenuptial Agreements Inconsistent and Inadequate 

Kamilia Khairul Anuar

vi. 'Once More Unto the Breach': The Quistclose Trust Revisited 

Nathalie Koh

vii. Wither Wesley? Conceptual Confusion in the Supreme Court

Orestis Sherman