Start your Law degree at Wolverhampton
This Qualifying Law Degree is a great first step towards becoming a barrister or solicitor. It is also valuable for those who are interested in graduate roles within related industries such as the police, trading standards, personnel, accountancy and the civil service.
This LLB degree is available for full-time (three years) or part-time (five or six years) study. Students can progress by undertaking the Legal Practice Course, Bar Professional Training course or a specialist master's degree.
What does the course cover?
The Bachelor of Laws course includes a series of core and optional modules. Topics covered include:
Year 1: English and European Legal Systems, Public Law, Contract Law, Tort Law,
Year 2: Criminal Law, Medical Law, Intellectual Property Law, Nationality Immigration and Asylum Law, Housing and Welfare Law
What makes the course unique?
Mooting and other legal skills competitions give students the opportunity to experience what it is really like to be a lawyer. Our purpose-built courtroom is equipped with the latest legal equipment and state-of-the-art acoustics. Students will also pay regular visits to The Inns of Court and Houses of Parliament.
Study at an outstanding institution
Dating back to the mid-1800s, the University of Wolverhampton is a respected institution, providing excellence in academic teaching combined with modern facilities and a vibrant social environment. Best of all, 94% of our graduates find employment or continue into future education.