Law (Study Abroad) at Lancaster University - UCAS

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Why Lancaster?

  • Benefit from our strong links to chambers and law firms across the UK, including Magic Circle firms in London
  • Study LLB Law or choose one of three specialist pathways – Criminal Law and Justice, Commercial Law, or Human Rights Law
  • Learn from world-class researchers, and benefit from tutors committed to innovative teaching and student support
  • Add practical experience to your CV with our Law Clinic, Placement Year, Law Fair, and more
  • Study at a university which prioritises student contact – we believe in keeping class sizes small so we can develop your expertise
Unravel technical legal topics and uncover how law shapes our society. Studying our LLB Law, you’ll learn from law experts and study modules designed with your future career in mind. Giving you a head start Preparing you for success is our top priority. To help you create connections and gain valuable insight, we’ll invite you to alumni visits, as well as a Law Fair attended by top lawyers and their recruitment teams. Our student-run Law Society will help you build your network too. Take part in a range of activities including mooting, career dinners and negotiation competitions (judged by barristers and members of the judiciary). Practical experience is key Perhaps you’ll take part in our Law Clinic which offers free legal advice to the local community on a range of areas including family law, consumer disputes, and wills and probate. Or maybe you’ll join the Street Law project and deliver interactive sessions in schools on topics like cyberbullying. You’ll also find volunteering opportunities with organisations like the Citizens Advice Bureau or Lancashire Constabulary's Special Constables. We offer a wide range of diverse opportunities and try to ensure that all students can access the opportunities that interest them, however please note that places are limited on some schemes and modules.

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  • Year 1

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Employment after 15 months (Most common jobs)
Go onto work and study

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Law (Study Abroad) at Lancaster University - UCAS