Trusts and Equity MyLawChamber pack

Richard Edwards / Nigel Stockwell  
May 2015
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This package includes a physical copy of Trusts and Equity, 12/e by Edwards and Stockwell as well as access to the eText and MyLawChamber.


Trusts and Equity, part of the Foundations Series, offers a comprehensive, clear and straightforward account of the law ideal for LLB and GDL students.


This twelfth edition has been fully updated with all recent developments in trusts and equity, including:

  • A new chapter on unlawful trusts
  • Reference to recent statutes, such as the Trusts (Capital and Income) Act 2013, Inheritance and Trustees' Powers Act 2014 and Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013
  • Discussion of significant new cases, for example FHR European Ventures LLP v Cedar Capital Partners LLC [2014], Central Bank of Nigeria v Williams [2014], Coventry (t/a RDC Promotions) v Lawrence [2014] and Futter v HMRC, Pitt v HMRC [2013]

MyLawChamber is a complete online teaching and learning platform designed to improve results by helping student’s quickly master concepts, and by providing educators with a robust set of tools for easily gauging and addressing the performance of students.


For students

  • Case Navigator (in conjunction with LexisNexis) offers support in helping to develop your case reading and analysis skills.
  • A fully interactive Pearson eText is available within MyLawChamber, giving you ready access to your textbook when you need it and allowing you to search, bookmark, highlight and make notes.

For educators

  • The Gradebook allows assignments to be automatically graded and visible at a glance, helping you identify student challenges early – and find the best resources with which to help them.
  • Test banks full of multiple-choice-questions can be set as formative assessments.
  • Virtual Lawyer, an interactive scenario-based programme helps students apply their knowledge of the law to problem questions and can be used in seminars, lectures or even set as homework.


“MyLawChamber is an excellent online resource; the interactive multi-choice is massively useful and much trickier than one might expect. The Case Navigator is superb, well done!”

—Professor Stuart Toddington, University of Westminster