This is a qualifying four-year Law degree, designed to produce lawyers competent in English law but with an international and comparative perspective.
In the first year, you’ll cover fundamental legal topics, taking modules which include English Legal System and Methods; Public Law, and Law of Torts.
You’ll take second-year courses such as Introduction to Property Law; Land Law, and Equity and Trusts Law before spending your third year at one of our partner universities in Europe, studying topical subjects in English, exploring differences and similarities to the English legal system.
In your fourth year you will return to study in Lancaster and will study International Law; Competition Law and International Human Rights. You will also be able to choose from a range of optional modules within the Law School.