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  • Objectives
    The long-established LLB(Hons) Law degree will give you an understanding of legal concepts, their practical application and the role of law in society. Emphasis is placed upon legal method and research skills, and you study an extensive range of legal and complementary subjects.
  • Entry 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
    LLB Law
  • Course description

    Year 1

    Four modules are studied: Method, Procedure and System; Public Law I (Constitutional and Administrative Law); Contract Law; and Criminal Law.

    Year 2

    Four modules are studied. All students take European Union Law; Torts; and Land Law. In addition, you may choose one subject drawn from: 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

    Four modules are studied. All students take Trusts. In addition, you choose three modules drawn from the Year 2 list, plus: 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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