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What is a LLB Degree?

Have you ever wondered what LLB means? And what exactly is an LLB degree? The LLB degree is probably the most common type of undergraduate law degree and is studied by undergraduates who are looking to practice Law and those who want to gain transferable skills that can be used in several non-legal careers. The LLB degrees are well regarded as rigorous degrees that train graduates for a wide range of career opportunities.

An LLB programme will look at different areas of the Law examples include Public Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Tort Law, Land Law and the UK, EU Law and Brexit. As part of your LLB degree at Bangor University you’ll be able to choose optional modules in areas that you have an interest in and may want to pursue in the future. Some interests of our staff include topics such as Family and Welfare Law, Sports Law, Media Law, Intellectual Property Law, Commercial Law, Law and Technology, Environmental Law and Endangered Wildlife and International Law. Make sure to consider optional modules when choosing your LLB as this can really help you spesiclaise in areas of the Law that interest you.

If you have any questions about studying an LLB degree send me a message :smile:

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