If you choose to study Law Joint Honours, you will benefit from a varied modular scheme, which is designed to offer you a wide range of options in addition to the foundation subjects required by the legal professional bodies. Our approach to teaching and learning is centred around you, we ensure that we teach Law in its social, political, and economic context across all three stages of the course.
We offer a variety of additional voluntary activities, such as court visits, mooting, client interviewing and negotiating. You are encouraged to participate in our Student Law Society, which organises social and professional activities that will help you in your future legal career.
You will study four compulsory law modules and two modules from your other subject in your first year. If you are majoring in Law and wish to use your degree to satisfy the professional legal bodies for exemption purposes, at least two thirds of your degree must be in Law and must cover the foundation subjects identified by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board. If you are looking to satisfy professional legal bodies for exemption purposes then we can provide you with valuable advice and guidance when making your module choices.
You will have the opportunity to gain practical experience from moots and mock trials in our dedicated Moot Room. We offer a range of visits to law firms and have a student mentoring scheme with Shoosmiths solicitors, which will provide you with valuable career advice and contacts.
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