The LL.B 3 Year Program can be studied in a variety of forms: in the usual three year, full time law degree format; as a two year graduate course; or as a part-time degree over four to six years.
This level of flexibility present in the LL.B attracts many aspiring students, especially those who desire a change in career. Regarding the content of the Three Year LL.B Program, the course consists of seven core modules, which form the basic requirements for a qualifying law degree in England and Wales. This includes contract law, criminal law, constitutional & administrative law, EU law, land law and equity & trusts.
The 3 Year LL.B Course is the largest in the School. It is the traditional LL.B course which encompasses the foundations of legal knowledge. These are the essential components that satisfy the Bar Council and Law Society professional requirements. In the first year you will take all core modules, whilst the second and third years offer a broad range of optional modules to allow you to widen your interests. We engage visiting lecturers who are at the forefront of legal practice in the City, as well as our own academics who are leading researchers in the sector.