What Will You Study

This degree is taught by the Law School and the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion. As well as studying the core foundation topics required as part of undertaking a qualifying Law degree, you will study core Politics modules. You will be able to pursue your own interests by selecting both Law and Politics optional modules during your second and third years of study, including Competition Law, Immigration and Asylum Law, and Contemporary Issues in the Middle East.

The Law with Politics degree combines the critical approach taken to the study of both Law and Politics respectively, whilst allowing you to develop knowledge and understanding of the interactions between the two subject areas. 

Outside of academic study you will have multiples opportunities to develop valuable practical legal experience and to develop your legal and employability skills. You can participate in mooting and negotiation competitions, undertake invaluable pro bono work, work with our dedicated careers support team to develop your CV, and join our very active student Law Society.