The degree requires two years of full-time study and covers all courses required for the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice and the legal profession in Scotland.
Obligations 1A; Obligations 1B; Introduction to legal study; Family law; Constitutional law; Criminal law and evidence.
Law and government; Jurisprudence; Legal profession and ethics; Property law; Commercial law; Business organisations; European Union law.
There is a range of optional courses to choose from, covering topics such as: Roman law; International private law; Labour law; Forensic medicine; Public international law; Tax law.
2024 entry requirements:
A degree programme.
All applicants to the LLB course will be required to sit the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT). Full details of the test, including registration, payment, test dates and times can be found at LNAT website
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