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  • Objectives
    The course is designed to enable those wishing to build on their Foundation degree by progressing to an Honours degree. This top-up course is designed for those interested in the social impact of law, and its practical applications. It is particularly relevant for those who aspire to careers in the public sector and the voluntary sector. We aim to develop a range of legal and transferable skills as well as social-based legal areas, such as housing, civil liberties or penal policy, to prepare you for careers in the Tribunal Services, the Crown Prosecution Service, Local or Central Government or law and advice centres.
  • Entry requirements
    Foundation degree in Legal Practice.
  • Academic Title
    BA Law & Practice
  • Course description
    Course structure

    You take eight modules. The foundation degree will provide the pre-requisites for the following modules:

        * Torts 1
        * Law Project

        * Torts 2
        * Civil Liberties and Human Rights
        * Environmental Law
        * Company Law I
        * Sale and Supply of Goods
        * Women and Law
        * Business Crime
        * Tribunal Representation
        * Housing Law
        * Work Placement for Professional Experience

        * Immigration & Asylum Law
        * Consumer Protection
        * Child Law
        * Company Law II
        * Criminal Procedure (one module year long)
        * Law of Taxation I & II
        * Law of Evidence II
        * Law, Locality and the Citizen
        * Legal Interviewing and Counselling
        * Anti-Discrimination Law
        * Law and Morality

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