The LLB degree provides a qualifying law degree enabling successful to prepare for the Bar Professional Training Course (Barrister). Additionally, the LLB is designed to provide preparatory legal education for those wishing to qualify as solicitors by undertaking the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination.
- Subject specific knowledge of the areas of law known as the Foundations of Legal Knowledge comprising: Constitutional and Administrative Law and Human Rights Law; Law of the European Union; Criminal Law; Contract; Tort; Property Law and Equity & Trusts with an initial study of Legal Skills and English and European Legal Systems and training in legal research.
- In addition, the degree covers the substantive areas of the Solicitor’s Qualifying Examination, including Business Law and Practice, Property Law and Practice, Criminal Litigation, Wills and Probate and Dispute Resolution in Contract and Tort.
- Application (including problem solving and practice based learning)
- Research, analysis, evaluation, critical judgement and synthesis
- An ability to work independently
- Effective communication, literacy (including proficiency in IT skills) and other key skills.