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Because I'm not continuing formal study after university but love studying law and would like to continue learning more, I'd appreciate anyone who could send me any reading lists (not just lists of textbooks - lists of cases especially, though academic literature is also nice) from any subject, though I'm particularly interested in any you have on the following:

1) Domestic competition law; US antitrust
2) Comparative private law, especially European contract
3) UK trademark law
4) UK employment law
5) UK tax law
6) Legal history
7) UK evidence
8) Restitution
9) Domestic or foreign company law
10) Personal property law
11) Public international law
12) Any postgraduate-oriented lists

If you'd like, I can provide undergraduate lists from an Oxford college on any of the following in return:

1) Constitutional law
2) Roman law
3) Criminal law
4) Contract law
5) Tort law
6) Land law
7) Jurisprudence
8) Administrative law
9) Trusts
10) EU law
11) EU competition law
12) Copyright law
13) Patent law

Would greatly appreciate it; I have finals soon but I'm asking for them now so I can get stuff from westlaw before my student access expires.

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