A Law degree which also enables you to examine the causes and effects of criminal behaviour, its impact on the criminal justice system, and methods for prevention. Gain a rich understanding of the key components and fundamentals of law as well as the essentials of criminology. This course allows you to tailor your studies, and undertake a Work Based Learning module. Final year students have the opportunity to focus on areas of Law that particularly interest them, developing skills within their chosen specialist modules. We have strong links with local legal professionals and the wider community to enhance our course, and our team is made up of former practitioners and nationally recognised academic lawyers, committed to helping our students make their career aspirations a reality. Join the Student Law Society, gain an insight into law in the real world by volunteering with the Department’s Legal Advice Clinic, or get involved with Chester Community Law Project, the Law School’s student-led outreach programme which enables volunteers to use their legal knowledge to benefit our local community. Specialist opportunities such as guest lecturers and an array of co-curricular outreach, pro bono (free legal advice) and mooting opportunities, can enhance your skillset and transform you into a graduate that stands out from the crowd.
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Assessment methods include examinations, essays, presentations and critical reflections.
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:
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- Year 3
Please note that the Welsh Baccalaureate (core) and A Level General Studies will be recognised in our offer. We will also consider a combination of A Levels and BTECs/OCRs.
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