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The course can be taken either as a qualifying law degree (providing exemption from the academic stage of professional legal training), or a non-qualifying degree (opening up a range of careers outside the legal profession). We aim to provide detailed knowledge and understanding of legal rules and their contexts, and to develop employability skills to prepare you for a range of careers. You will also gain experience in practical legal research and problem-solving. We have one of the biggest law schools in the country, which enables us to offer a wide range of optional modules.
You should have at least 280 points, including 200 points from two or more A-levels. English Language GCSE at grade C or above (or equivalent) is also required. These requirements may be varied in individual cases. Applications are welcome from mature students with appropriate Access/preparatory courses or appropriate work experience. We also welcome mature students without formal qualifications who are able to demonstrate enthusiasm, commitment, and the ability to benefit from higher education.
You take eight modules at each of three levels. Those seeking a qualifying law degree for professional exemption take the legal foundation modules.
* Criminal Law I & II
* Contract Law I & II
* Constitutional and Administrative Law
* Studying Law and Critical Contexts of Law
You can choose to specialise in a particular area of law or opt for a broad base of legal knowledge by choosing options including:
* Law of Torts I and II
* Law of Property
* Law of the European Union
* Business Crime
* Environmental Law
* Express Trusts
* Law Project
* Immigration and Asylum Law
* Employment Law
* Family & Child Law
* Women and Laws
* Intellectual Property Law