Combining an intellectually challenging curriculum with an industry focus, the LLB (Hons) Law (Accelerated Route) degree at Blackburn University Centre gives you a grounding in the key concepts of law, while preparing you for a high level legal career. The law industry is changing and as such our course is currently "Subject to Approval". The specific requirements contained in the Law LLB (Hons) have been changed by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). The Law LLB (Hons) Accelerated Route degree offered at Blackburn University Centre contains the core elements expected in an LLB (Hons) Law degree as well as options in your area of choice - as such the course is excellent preparation for a number of careers in Law. Our Law degree also opens up many routes to graduate careers. For those intending to work as practising solicitors or barristers, once you have completed the course you might choose to continue by taking either the Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE 1) or the Bar Vocational Course for intended barristers. The course is available on both a full-time basis. The overall aim of the programme is to provide a balanced and stimulating academic legal education together with an understanding of the essential practical skills such as debating, mooting and presentations which support employability.
modules may include: Law of Contract Law of Torts Criminal Law Constitutional Law European Union Law Property Law Law of Equity and Trusts You can also specialise in areas that interest you most by choosing optional modules, such as: Commercial Law Consumer Law Family Law Medical Law European Human Rights Law Law of Criminal Evidence Legal Philosophy Employment Law Media Law
Assessment methods include formal examinations, self, peer and tutor assessment, written coursework, learning portfolio and problem-based exercises delivered in class. Formative and summative assessments enable lecturers or tutors to monitor the learning that has/is taking place. Summative assessment is not always noticeable by the student as it is a continuous process; lecturers or assessors may observe participation and responses to class discussions and group work, a student’s response to question and answer sessions, participation in workshop practical and engagement with demonstrations. Each module is formally assessed through, for example, examination, open-book test, individual and group presentation, essay, observation of practice, assessment of course work e.g. art portfolio, written report, reflective practice and portfolios of evidence. Students receive both formal and informal feedback. Formal feedback is through assessments, is usually in writing and given within 3 weeks following the submission date. However, some lecturers will provide group feedback, for example, following an examination they may choose to work through the exam paper in a tutorial. It should be noted that feedback is part of the ongoing learning cycle which is not limited to written feedback. Other forms of feedback include one-to-one meetings with a personal tutor, dissertation and project supervision meetings, a lecturer responding to learner questions or responses during topic or situation discussions.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
You will need a Foundation Degree/HND from any subject area or will have successfully completed the first year of a non Law Honours degree course at a higher education institution. International students are required to have a degree or a qualification that is equivalent to having successfully completed Year One at a University or another higher education institution in the UK. You may wish to join the programme if you already hold an honours degree in a different discipline but wish to enter the legal profession. In this case you need to search out how you will finance the programme as you may not be eligible for student loans. Applicants may be invited to interview.
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