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i know Bristol has a good amount of commercial and corporate related stuff and Sussex has a laundry list of modules on their website. you have to bear in mind tho that these are optional modules and they also may not be available the year you want to take them depending on availability of teaching and number of students interested. also may not be able to take them if modules clash in your timetable.
tbh tho if you've looked around and the modules of an LLB do not appeal to you then maybe it isn't the best degree choice for you. all qualifying LLBs contain the same core modules (criminal, land, public, etc); you will never escape them and they will take up most of your degree so it may be a miserable three years of your life. have you looked into a degree in law and business or in finance? i don't know much about those but perhaps you need to google around some more.
I am really interested in a finance degree and it looks amazing but it is not a qualifying law degree. Which is what you need to be a corporate lawyer. There is a GDL but it costs extra money and I would still be miserable for that year
it's probably worth googling around some firms tho to see what qualifications those solicitors have, bearing in mind correlation =/= causation.
I want to do law as a career. Specifically, a merges and acquisitions corporate lawyer. However, after looking at some law degrees they do not contain any types of law that looks really good. So I was wondering whether there were any law degrees that also contained a lot of finance based modules.
To be honest I don't really know either. My parents said I would be really good as one. So then I looked into each type of law and thought M&A looked really interesting. And so the M&A looked great but I thought of it as being to similar to programs such as suits, however in reality it's not. So Im not really sure whether I like law or actually much prefer finance. Which was my original career option because it looks great. I would like to be an FP&A analyst