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Reviews

Equity and Trusts is like Property Law 2.0: the success of a student is usually reliant on a thorough knowledge of the cases and an ability to apply them to fact scenarios. Knowing this, I encourage students to place a great emphasis on their unit summary and ensuring that there aren't any gaps in their summarised cases. Some concepts can be tricky, but remembering the basic principles at all times will usually mean that comprehensive answers will ensure great marks.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

The content is not difficult to understand if you read the textbook. The lectures were useless given that it was just a repeat of the textbook readings (almost word for word). My tutor (in my opinion) was obnoxious and unhelpful and having such a large class just added to the difficulty of getting any benefit from tutorials. There were no answers to tutorial questions released after the tutorial - much of the time the questions were gone through too quickly or not at all in class. My advice is to truly understand the cases. I found case summaries online and on youtube which also had diagrams that really helped to breakdown some key cases. If you keep ontop of readings - but actually try to understand it - you will be more than fine.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Equity is hard, and as my tutor said many times, it is esoteric. It can be a little hard to get your head around and there are many pages of readings every week, but you could say that about most law subjects. Provided that you accept that the subject isn't easy, and give it the work that it demands, you can get through it. The law of assignments is a little bit terrifying and the material on the fusion fallacy wasn't that great in the beginning, but give it the time it needs, and attend your tutorials (PAL was helpful too). I found that the materials on trusts were most interesting. Prepare, turn up, work hard, and you'll be fine. Also, you will definitely need the textbooks! If you can, get Liza Rybak as your tutor. She sets really high standards and wants her students to do well, and encouraged me to work far harder than I would have.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015