An honours degree, covering specialised topics in law.
To be eligible for the part-time LLB you need to have a 2.2 or higher in our level 7 BA Ordinary in Law
Please note: Timetable / modules are subject to change
You have to complete six modules in total on the part-time LLB. If you have many time commitments the recommendation is to take 3 modules a year over two years. Some students, however, take all six modules in one year. This is not recommended if you are working full-time.
Examinations / Assessments
Assessment is by a mix of essays, research projects and end-of-term exams.
Students who successfully complete the LL.B. can progress onto the Masters in Criminology, the Masters in Child, Family & Community studies, or pursue an MPhil in Law.
Students will gain the ability to recognise and apply legal principles in a variety of factual contexts.
The LL.B. includes the topics required to sit the entrance exam to the BL degree at the Honorable Society of King’s Inns, which can lead to a career at the bar as a barrister. However, many students use the LL.B. to advance or begin a career in business, government employment of a non-governmental organisation.