Develop the knowledge and specialist skills for a career in political policy. Study contemporary, historical and global issues in politics, enabling you to appreciate the wider political context in which law is created and operates. Why study LLB (Hons) Law with Politics at BU?
- Understand the contrast between political and legal processes. Explore topics such as the history of political thought, human rights law, civil society and social movements
- Choose from a range of optional units in your final year and tailor your degree
- Gain practical experience by taking part in Moot Courts and Moot Show Trials and attend guest lectures
- Put your knowledge into practice during a 30-week work placement, invaluable for your future law career
- Benefit from our excellent links with a range of local and national legal firms
- You'll be career ready with 94% of our law graduates in employment or completing further study after 15 months. Bournemouth University's Law degrees are ranked 3rd nationally in the Complete University Guide subject league tables for graduate outcomes (2024).
During the Foundation Year, you will study Academic & Professional Practice | Collaborative Communication Project | Understanding Contemporary Britain | Law & Government. As part of the Degree, in Year 1 you will study Legal Skills & Systems; Law of Obligations; Constitutional & EU Law; Criminal Law; Property Law and The Foundations of International Relations: .
Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.
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- Bar Standards Board
How to apply
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