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Law

Our undergraduate law courses are all qualifying law degrees and cover the academic stage of legal training required by the Bar Council and the Solicitors Regulation Authority. You gain experience of the law in a practical, applied way, for example through our law clinic, as well as learning how the law operates in a legal, social and economic setting.

We have run a successful law programme since 1987. Our commitment to supporting you is reflected in the 2014 National Student Survey where our undergraduate law course received an overall satisfaction rate of 90%.

We also offer postgraduate courses in law and forensics. In law our taught course focuses on international commercial law and we also offer a masters in law by research where you choose your area of specialism.


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LLB (Honours) Law

Three years full-time

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This fully qualifying law degree prepares you for a professional career in law or the wider public, business and commercial sectors. The course has a practical focus where your academic learning is combined with developing the essential skills for employment.  We provide you with opportunities to work on real life cases and build an impressive CV as you study.

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code M100

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This fully qualifying law degree prepares you for a professional career in law, criminology and community justice. The course has a practical focus where your academic learning is combined with developing the essential skills for employment. We provide you with opportunities to gain a real, practical insight into a range of different careers, and fully prepare yourself for graduate employment.

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code M1M9

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This unique and multidisciplinary course draws upon the disciplines of law, politics and social science. It provides opportunities to gain the experience and skills needed for employment through work in The Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice and with key human rights organisations such as Rights and Humanity.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Designed to advance your knowledge of international commercial law, this course is ideal for both recent graduates and professionals wishing to develop a career in this area. You increase your knowledge of both European and international commercial law and build on this knowledge with work-based learning within the university or in an external law firm.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Gain legal research skills and specialist knowledge of an area of law with this masters by research degree. At various stages in your legal career, a research degree can help you develop professionally and improve your career prospects in this competitive sector.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Study a course that helps you to understand the forensic science process and provides evidence analysis training in modern well-equipped labs. The course content is split equally between law, science and a research project taken in an area of interest to the forensic community.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Study a course that examines the causes and consequences of crime and criminal behaviour and appropriate interventions. You also look at how criminological research influences policy and criminal justice practice. It has been designed for people work in or are considering a career in criminal justice.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Gain insight into the forensic analysis of financial accounts on a course where a third of your study is spent improving your knowledge of the legal system. You can choose from a range of modules covering areas such as Corporate Governance and Ethics alongside other topics dealing with financial fraud and risk management.

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Full-time, Part-time

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Learn about the psychology of offenders and the psychology of police investigations on this postgraduate course. Learn how to apply your knowledge to legal and criminal issues. You also consider how law and psychology are linked together in the justice system.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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BA (Honours) Forensic Accounting

Four years full-time (including one year work placement) or three years full-time

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Pursue a career in the specialist field of forensic accounting, whilst also gaining the skills need for more general accounting roles. You study course materials created in conjunction with leading employers and professional bodies, and can complete industry recognised certificates such as those offered by SAGE. You can also gain exemptions from the ACCA, ICAEW and other accounting bodies.

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code N490

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