As well as studying the core foundation topics for a legal career, you’ll be able to pursue your own interests through an extensive list of optional modules – some cover technical legal topics, while others explore the relationship between Law and society. You will also have exciting opportunities to visit courts, participate in mooting competitions and undertake invaluable pro bono work.
You’ll begin your degree with modules including English Legal System and Methods; Public Law, and Criminal Law. You’ll then move on to second-year courses such as Introduction to Property Law; Land Law, and Equity and Trusts Law.
In your final year, you can follow courses including Law of Evidence; Gender and the Law, and International Human Rights.