Overview Studying an LLB at Middlesex you will gain the legal skills and abilities to complete the academic stage of training, and with your qualification, embark on the next stage of vocational training to become a fully qualified solicitor or barrister in England and Wales. As well as completing a qualifying law degree you will focus on campaigning and the educational aspects of human rights. Why study LLB Law with Human Rights at Middlesex University? An LLB Law with Human Rights from Middlesex is recognised by the two main legal professional bodies, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (solicitors) and the Bar Standards Board (barristers) as a Qualifying Law Degree that satisfies the first (or ‘academic’) stage of professional legal education and training. It additionally develops your understanding of the ethical, social, political, economic, cultural and historical contexts within which the law operates, as well as providing skills of legal analysis and an ability to evaluate legal systems and processes. The LLB Law with Human Rights combines the compulsory ‘Foundations of Legal Knowledge’, a requirement of the legal professional bodies to satisfy the first or academic stage of professional legal education, with optional modules that explore further specific areas of expertise within the law. The seven ‘Foundations of Legal Knowledge’ are: Public Law, the Law of Contract, Tort, EU Law, Criminal Law, Equity and Trusts, and Land Law. These form the core modules of your LLB as a Qualifying Law Degree. Additionally you will gain the specialist knowledge and understanding of law and human rights and the complexities therein, developing skills and equipping you with expertise to move towards professional and related practice in this area. You will benefit from a vibrant clinical legal education initiative that places law students with professional legal bodies and practitioners in order to combine hands-on work experience with the formal requirements of legal academic education. They will support you in developing specialist skills such as mooting and mediation and you will have the opportunity to take part in formal mooting and mediation competitions nationally and internationally. Our LLB Law with Human Rights graduates are experienced and skilled in the practicalities of everyday professional practice, indispensable for both the legal and non-legal graduate workplace. Course highlights You will study a programme that is relevant to the legal profession and employers in general and lays the foundations for a successful career in national, European or international human rights law, public law generally You will study the core law modules that meet the requirements of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (solicitors) and the Bar Standards Board (barristers) for the first (or ‘academic’) stage of professional legal education and training Your course is taught across three campuses, in London, Mauritius and Dubai, with the option of transferring for one (or more) year of study to one of our overseas campuses You will integrate applied work-based and skills-based modules that allow you to prepare practically as well as academically for a successful career, both within and outside of the legal professions. Our outstanding academic reputation places our students at the heart of legal research and innovation. You will be guided by an academic team of nationally and internationally-recognised experts in their chosen fields of law, with links to professional legal bodies and organisations at the local, national and international levels As a student of this course you will receive a free electronic textbook for every module
Year 1: English Legal System (30 credits) - Compulsory Legal Method (30 credits) - Compulsory Contract Law (30 credits) - Compulsory Public Law (30 credits) - Compulsory Year 2: Criminal Law (30 credits) - Compulsory Tort (30 credits) - Compulsory EU Law (30 credits) - Compulsory UK and European Human Rights Law (30 credits) - Compulsory Year 3: Land Law (30 credits) - Compulsory Equity and Trusts (30 credits) - Compulsory International Human Rights Law (30 credits) - Compulsory Humanitarianism and Global Change (30 credits) - Optional Immigration, Nationality and Asylum Law in the UK (30 credits) - Optional Evidence (30 credits) - Optional Advanced Mooting and Advocacy (30 credits) - Optional Work Based Internship (120 credits) - Optional Integrated Learning and Work Placement (30 credits) - Optional Project (30 credits) - Optional
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
- Year 2
- Year 3
Our entry requirements provide a guide to the qualifications that you’ll need to study our courses. We have a personalised admissions approach in which we make fair, but aspirational offers to our applicants. We feel it’s important that you continue to aim high and achieve great results. If you don’t quite make the grades you hoped to, we’ll look at more than your qualifications when making our final decision. We’ll take into consideration any barriers you may have faced in your learning, especially with potential disruption due to the coronavirus, your achievements in other areas and your personal statement. At Middlesex, we’ll always aim to be as flexible as possible. We pride ourselves on how we recognise potential in our applicants, and support them to succeed in the future.
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English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||6||With a minimum of 5.5 in each component|
|TOEFL (iBT)||72||With at least 17 in listening & writing, 20 in speaking and 18 in reading|
|PTE Academic||51||With at least 51 in all components|
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|