Common Law degree is designed for you if you plan to practise law in common law jurisdictions such as England and Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Canada and India. It is not suitable if you wish to enter the legal profession in Scotland.
The degree requires two years of full-time study and provides a pathway towards professional qualification.
Common law system and method; Constitutional law; English criminal law; European law; Law of contract; Law of tort.
Business organisations; Commercial law; Common law tradition; English land law; Equity and trusts; Jurisprudence; Law and government.
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
College of Social Sciences
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