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  • Objectives
    This course is designed to cater for the increasing number of students who wish to study Law as a discipline but who have no particular interest in pursuing a career in the legal profession.
  • Entry requirements
    Requirements GCSE: English Tariff points range: 300-340 Specific subjects: None specified. Access: Yes Baccalaureate EB %: 74-78 Baccalaureate IB pts: 30-34
  • Academic Title
    BA Law
  • Course description
    Content

    Year 1

    You study four modules: Method, Procedure and System; Public Law I (Constitutional and Administrative Law); Contract Law; and Criminal Law.

    Year 2

    You take four modules. These may be drawn from the following list: European Union Law; Torts; and Land Law; Business Management; Business Organisations and Accounts; Civil Liberties; Commercial Law; Company Law; Criminal Justice; Economics; Employment Law; Environmental Law; European Human Rights; Forensic Science; French Law; Gender and the Law; International Trade; Law of Credit and Finance; Law and Ethics; Legal Process; Penology; Politics; Public International Law; Public Law 2; Roman Law.

    Year 3

    You study four modules. These may be chosen from the the Year 2 list, plus the following (provided you have met the prerequisites for any particular subject, for instance, to study the Law of Evidence, you must previously have studied Torts): Advanced Land Law; Commercial Property Litigation; Dissertation; Evidence; Family Law; Insolvency and Bankruptcy; Intellectual Property; Jurisprudence; Medicine and the Law; Private International Law; Marketing Legal Services; Remedies in Contract and Torts; Revenue Law; Succession.

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