The Clinical Scots LLB involves the same curriculum as the standard Scots LLB, but with additional clinical classes and experience of legal practice in the Law Clinic. Clinical classes are a mix of compulsory classes and those in which you may replace part of the assessment in a standard LLB class with a reflective essay on a case, or with another form clinical assessment.
Year 1: Criminal Law, Public Law, Legal Methods (core Clinical), Domestic Relations, Voluntary Obligations: Contract and Promise (core Clinical), and Legal Process*.
Year 2: EU Law, Public Law 2*, Legal Theory*, Commercial Law*, Involuntary Obligations: Delict and Unjustified Enrichment*, Property, Trusts and Succession*.
Year 3: Evidence, Clinical Legal Practice (core Clinical), Ethics and Justice (core Clinical) and three options such as Competition Law, Crime and Punishment, Discrimination Law, Employment Law*,
Housing Law*, Human Rights Law*, Internet Law, Law, Film and Popular Culture, Legal Theory, Public International Law
* may be studied in Clinical form.
Year 4: dissertation and four optional classes.
2024 entry requirements
5 Highers at AAAAB (first sitting) or 7 Highers at AAAABBB (two sittings) including English at B plus Maths or Applications of Maths at National 5 at C.
Widening access entry:
5 Highers at ABBBB (first sitting) or 6 Highers at AABBBB (two sittings) including English at B plus Maths or Applications of Maths at National 5 at C.
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences