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anyone studying/studied criminal law, what is your experience?
(for example the workload, exam, the modules)
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(Original post by fardina)
anyone studying/studied criminal law, what is your experience?
(for example the workload, exam, the modules)
the workload is a lot if im being completely honest,
however i must say that it is so interesting, all the different cases you look at, that this really outweighs the workload.
if you are really passionate about law and willing to work hard you will definitely succeed!
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Criminal law is generally one module within an overall llb degree. Or do you mean a specific non law degree in criminology?
I’d stuck to a law degree and pick more criminal modules (ours had evidence and sentencing)
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The workload wasn't that bad and the exam wasn't that bad either because it was open book, the modules I covered were non fatal offences against the person, murder and manslaughter, theft, sexual offences, constructing criminal liability, general defences, and inchoate offences.
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