An LLB is a degree awarded to individuals who have completed their undergraduate education in law. With this certification, graduates will be able to practice law and pursue a career in that field.
Interdisciplinary law is an area of study that allows program participants to tailor a degree to suit their career goals in the legal arena. For example, students might study economics alongside financial laws for a position in business.
Combining academic rigour with practical legal skills, in a business-like environment, our LLB provides you with the essential groundwork whether you’re committed to bein
LLB (Hons) Law
Combining academic rigour with practical legal skills, in a business-like environment, our LLB provides you with the essential groundwork whether you’re committed to being a lawyer or want to explore other career options. The University of Law was awarded a silver rating in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) in June 2019. We were found to deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for our students and consistently exceed rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.
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Looking to kick off your career as a legal professional? Look no further: the LLB (Hons) with Qualifying Status is the one for you. You’ll delve into all the must-knows o
LLB (Hons) with Qualifying Status
Looking to kick off your career as a legal professional? Look no further: the LLB (Hons) with Qualifying Status is the one for you. You’ll delve into all the must-knows of the UK and EU legal system, building up an in-depth knowledge of the law - and all the job smarts you’ll need too. This LLB (Hons) is recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board. Being a successful lawyer is all about applying your legal knowledge to a complicated situation and providing a well-reasoned solution. Each year, you’ll explore the core principles of law. Once you’ve got this under your belt, you’ll be free to pick two of the four optional modules....
The course, unique to Cyprus, blends the English legal heritage with the current Cyprus law. For the benefit of our local students, education on the two systems is combin
The course, unique to Cyprus, blends the English legal heritage with the current Cyprus law. For the benefit of our local students, education on the two systems is combined within some modules and, in those instances where the law is very different, separate Cyprus law modules are provided. Thus, our local students will graduate not only with an outstanding knowledge of both English and Cyprus law but also have knowledge of legal terminology in both English and Greek, besides fluency in both languages – essential in an ever more globalized world. It is important to note that the course has been designed in such a way so that students can avoid, if they want, all instruction in Cyprus law, be taught entirely in the English language and follow a regular UK LLB curriculum....
The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme, along with Masters of Laws, Masters of Environmental Law, and PhD, are offered by USP’s School of Law. These programmes specifically
The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme, along with Masters of Laws, Masters of Environmental Law, and PhD, are offered by USP’s School of Law. These programmes specifically focus on the legal systems of the South Pacific region, particularly those of USP's 12 Member Countries: the Cook Islands, Fiji Islands, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tokelau, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu. Also included in the program is an understanding of the laws of the region's former imperial powers such as Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and France. The School has a strong research profile in a number of areas including environmental law and policy, customary law and land law....
We are the first UK higher education provider to offer LLB (Hons) Law with Psychology in a 100% online and part-time format.
We are the first UK higher education provider to offer LLB (Hons) Law with Psychology in a 100% online and part-time format. This combined-honours course brings the exciting worlds of law and psychology together, for those with a keen interest in these complementary and career-focused subjects*.
The presentation of multiple perspectives throughout the course will encourage you to develop your critical thinking and analytical skills when approaching different psychological theories and legal issues and improve your confidence when applying them to real-life situations.
The law elements of this course cover a comprehensive range of essential legal topics including contract law, criminal law, European Union Law, the English Legal System and much more. The course’s content also contains the seven foundations of legal knowledge required to practice law by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA)....
Lancashire Law School - University of Central Lancashire
It provides the essential training – delivered by professionally qualified academics - that you need to go on and become a successful solicitor or barrister - and it’s tr
It provides the essential training – delivered by professionally qualified academics - that you need to go on and become a successful solicitor or barrister - and it’s truly fascinating. You’ll learn about ground-breaking research topics like war crimes trials and women in prison from leading academics – and because of their experience in the field, you’ll also get a good practical grounding in how the law operates and how legal practices work. Weekly seminar support and regular catch-ups with your dedicated personal tutor will ease you into a university-level study - we’ll give you all the support you need to become a highly employable, knowledgeable legal professional.
We adopt a wide range of learning and teaching methods, designed to support you to develop as an independent learner. These include interactive online sessions, e-learn activities, workshops, reflective clinical legal education, group work, research exercises, presentations, mooting and debating as well as the more traditional seminars and lectures. You will have more structured class contact in year one of your law programme to support your transition to Higher Education....
The law is an ever-changing, complex field of study, and a career in law is amongst the most challenging and rewarding. We will prepare you for your career in law by givi
We were ranked the top university in London and the second modern university in the UK for student satisfaction with our law courses - National Student Survey 2017.*
We were ranked 7th in London for Law courses in the Guardian University Guide 2019
The law is an ever-changing, complex field of study, and a career in law is amongst the most challenging and rewarding. We will prepare you for your career in law by giving you the information, tools, techniques and experience needed to approach legal problems with confidence and knowledge.
Why choose this course?
If you want to succeed in law, there's no better place to gain a mastery of the subject than School of Law and Criminology, which was ranked as the top modern law school in London in the Guardian University Guide 2012.Throughout the course, there will be opportunities to undertake practical work experience to complement your academic studies and contextualise your learning in a professional environment.Work placements are an important part of the course, and we will encourage you to obtain legal work experience in various contexts such as:...
Accredited by the Law Society of Scotland, our 2-year fast track LLB is available to those who already hold an Honours degree in another discipline. The programme provide
Accredited by: Law Society of Scotland
Our two-year fast-track LLB is available to those who already hold an Honours degree in another discipline. The programme provides a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the principal features of the legal system and law of Scotland.
The main aim of the programme, which is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland, is to provide you with knowledge and understanding of the legal system and law of Scotland. You will benefit from small classes, excellent access to staff support and the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through our GCU Law Clinic whilst helping the local community.
Many graduates go on to take the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice (PEAT1), which is the next stage for those who wish to qualify as a solicitor....
Take the first step towards a career as a human rights lawyer with our LLB (Hons) Law degree, featuring a specialism in social justice and a sandwich placement year in in
Passionate about human rights and equality?
Take the first step towards a career as a human rights lawyer with our LLB (Hons) Law degree, featuring a specialism in social justice and a sandwich placement year in industry.
You’ll build a strong foundation of legal knowledge, enabling you to work towards a career as a solicitor or barrister.
You’ll also develop a broad range of transferable skills for employment in other areas if you choose not to go on to a professional qualification in law.
The programme is taught by a mix of academic experts and practitioner lawyers, who put real-world clinical legal experience at the heart of the programme. You’ll develop a critical grasp of the law and its political, social and economic contexts....
General competences: to have an integral vision of the human being in its immanent and transcendent dimension. Achieving this competition implies an attitude of seeking t
OFFICIAL TITLE: Degree in law
DURATION / ECTS: 4 years / 240 ECTS
SEATS / CAMPUS: 60 / Moncada - Alfara; 25 / Elche
IMPARTIDO EN: Spanish
Take a holistic view of human beings in its immanent and transcendent dimension. Achieving this competition implies an attitude of seeking truth from different orders of knowledge about human nature and common personal dignity to all men and women, with particular attention to the ethical and moral implications, by recourse to the knowledge of the different conceptions of the person throughout history and the social, political and legal consequences of these conceptions.
Having sound and strong about society and current culture criteria. Achieving this competition involves purchasing criteria that allow understand and appreciate the society and current culture by studying its history in order to enable the graduate to make critical judgments about different aspects of social reality and provide suggestions for improvement roots all from the perspective of constitutional principles and the Social Doctrine of the Church.
Being able to express themselves properly in Spanish. Achieving this competence involves learning about the resources of oratory and writing Spanish.
Being able to operate with ease and efficiency in at least one foreign language. Achieving this competency involves being able to develop the skills needed to work proficiently and effectively, both in writing and orally, in English and tendentiously, in another foreign language.
Being able to understand and synthesize complex propositions, critically, in the context in which they are presented....
Dundee is a truly unique law school. We offer a modern, forward-looking approach to learning and a rigorous preparation for the professional world, whether in the legal s
Dundee is a truly unique law school. We offer a modern, forward-looking approach to learning and a rigorous preparation for the professional world, whether in the legal sphere or elsewhere.
We offer two fully qualifying law degrees for the legal profession either in Scotland or in England and Wales and Northern Ireland. Dundee is the only law school in the UK to offer this choice.
For students on the Scots stream of the LLB at Dundee, there is also a unique and intellectually demanding option to achieve a dual qualification. On graduating with this degree, students have a choice of jurisdictions where they can study for their postgraduate professional qualification, giving our graduates a significant competitive advantage in the marketplace....
Develops legal strategies to provide the best solutions in legal processes.
By graduating from law school, you are able to:
Litigate in traditional areas such as civil, criminal, mercantile and family, independently or for legal purposes, including oral litigation.
Perform counseling and corporate legal consulting.
Develop legal strategies within the public administration.
Apply international law in national legal order.
To carry out activities related to notaries and public brokerages.
Work in organs involved with the delivery of justice.
Create legal strategies for companies, tending to anticipate, avoid and solve con fl icts and problems.
As a Law Professional, you can apply your knowledge and develop yourself in:
Legal areas of companies
National or international government agencies
Non-profit organizations in favor of human rights
The world of entrepreneurship when creating your own company
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University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
This qualifying law degree covers the foundations of English law and allows you to specialize in areas of the subject according to your own interests.
This qualifying law degree covers the foundations of English law and allows you to specialize in areas of the subject according to your own interests.
This course meets the demand from highly qualified students who wish to study law as an academic discipline, irrespective of whether they wish to pursue a career in legal practice.
You may apply at the beginning of year two to be transferred to one of the school's four-year degree courses, which incorporate a year abroad studying the law of that country. The school has partner law schools in Australia, Canada, China, Europe, New Zealand, Singapore and the USA.
This is highly competitive and transfer should not be assumed. For those intending to follow a legal career, the grounding in different legal systems will prove very attractive to prospective employers and, in particular, the leading international firms of solicitors.....
The basic philosophy of the Faculty is to have a character of a forum where students could gain, in addition to basic professional knowledge, a scientific legal approach
Tuition in Turkish
The basic philosophy of the Faculty is to have a character of a forum where students could gain, in addition to basic professional knowledge, a scientific legal approach to follow and participate in the permanent development of the world facing the challenge of globalization. The Faculty is conscious of the fact and the graduate program is structured in such a way that the students shall have the opportunity to gain and develop the ability to determine, searching for and achieving the appropriate information they need.
Objectives of the Faculty:
The Faculty of Law offers a broad set of courses concerning all challenging dimensions of contemporary Law.
The curriculum is structured to provide the students not only with knowledge in classical and substantial areas like Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law and Criminal Law, but also with basic professional information in other fields requiring an international perspective of specialization like Competition Law, Intellectual and Industrial Property Law, International Commercial Arbitration, European Union Law, International Business Law, Transportation Law and Maritime Law.
Description of the Faculty’s course design
If you’re planning a career in the legal profession, our LLB degree provides a well-rounded qualification that can be your first step towards becoming a Scots lawyer or e
If you’re planning a career in the legal profession, our LLB degree provides a well-rounded qualification that can be your first step towards becoming a Scots lawyer or entering other prestigious sectors.
The University of Stirling LLB offers in-depth knowledge and understanding of legal principles, theories, institutions and rules – as well as the wider social and political context in which law operates. You’ll benefit from the knowledge of our expert teaching staff, whose own research on the legal profession is widely published and feeds back into the LLB programme. You can also rest assured that everything you’re learning is in line with the highest professional standards, as our LLB Hons is accredited by both the Law Society of Scotland and the Faculty of Advocates....