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  • Objectives
    The wide range of interests within the Department is reflected in the flexibility of the law degree and the broad range of courses available to students. A law degree equips students with the academic skills required for a career as a solicitor or barrister and also opens the door to a number of other career options. You will find that we also offer a cosmopolitan, friendly and supportive environment in which to study this fascinating subject.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements * A/AS levels: Three A levels are normally required. Two AS levels considered in place of one A level, other than in French for the LLB/Maîtrise. General Studies accepted. * French Law and Language: A level French (or equivalent) required. * LLB/Maîtrise: A level French (or equivalent) required. * LLB Senior Status: A University Degree from a recognised and certified institution, equivalent to an undergraduate degree from a British University with an overall average of a high 2.2 or equivalent. Applications from other countries are welcome. * GCSE: English language strongly preferred. * Access to HE courses: Pass, with at least the requisite credits at Level 3 (including French for the Law with French Degrees). * European Baccalaureate: Pass with 80% overall (including an 8 in French for the Law with French degrees). * International Baccalaureate: Pass Diploma with 36 points, including two 6s at Higher Level, 36 points and 6 at HL French (or 5 if French is taken as a mother tongue) for the Law with French degrees. * French Baccalaureate: Pass with 14 points overall. * Cypriot Apolytirion: Either 19/20, or 18.5/20 and BB or equivalent at A level, plus an English language qualification. Grade A in French as above for Law with French degrees. * Leicestershire Progression Accord: AAB plus full Accord credits, plus French proficiency, as above, for Law with French degrees. * BTEC Nationals: DDD, plus any subject/GCSE requirements. * Other qualifications: Other national and international qualifications welcomed. * Mature students welcomed: Alternative qualifications considered. * Second Year Entry: Not normally possible.
  • Academic title
    LLB Law
  • Course description
    LLB Law


    First Year

    The first year of the LLB has been carefully constructed to introduce you to the study of law. There are two specialist modules on legal skills and legal theory, alongside a wide range of topics.

        * Learning Legal Skills
        * Analysing Law
        * Civil Justice
        * Criminal Justice
        * Law of Tort
        * Constitutional & Administrative Law
        * Law of Contract

    Second, Third and Fourth Years

    You will study European Union Law in your second year and Criminal Law in your third or fourth year. Three of the four subjects you will study in the second and third years are optional, which means you are free to choose these subjects from the full range of options normally offered that reflect the research interests and publications of staff.

        * Human Rights & Civil Liberties
        * Criminology • Equity and Trusts
        * Family Law • International Law
        * Jurisprudence • Employment Law
        * Health Care Law • Legal History
        * Commercial Law • Company Law
        * Competition Law & Policy
        * Conflict of Laws • Evidence
        * Land Law
        * Law & Political Theory
        * Intellectual property

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