Hey everyone. Any chance some kind BCL students could let me see their reading lists from their seminars and tutorials? I'm not an applicant for master's programmes or anything, I'd never be competitive enough. I'm just a small-town lawyer out there in the colonies (Commonwealth, haha) with a dogged determination toward self-improvement. Although I try to read academic journals in my free time, like LQR, CLJ, and Hart Publishing have made a small fortune off me, I feel like I'd benefit from a bit more structure. If anyone out there can pm me their reading lists from Advanced Property and Trusts, Commercial Remedies or Restitution, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks guys.