Looking for law courses in Birmingham? Our LLB Law degree allows you to take a year-long placement in the legal sector, which could see you travelling to America.
Birmingham City University's School of Law is recognised for producing knowledgeable, practical and ethical legal professionals and lawyers.
Taking both a national and international perspective, the course provides a deep understanding of modern law practices, taught by an experienced and enthusiastic team of legal professionals.
You will learn key skills such as critical thinking, analysis, negotiation and advocacy and also have the option to apply for a year-long placement in a legal environment and/or complete a third year placement module.
Your learning will enable you to develop the skills and attributes to become a legal professional with independent learning skills.
We aim to enable you to develop a critical awareness of the role of law in influencing social change, as well as individual and corporate behaviour. We will equip you with the skills and knowledge to make a difference in issues of fairness, equality and access to justice.
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Birmingham (aka "Brum") is said to be the new London. The size certainly matches, but the famous tourist attractions may be a bit thin on the ground. However, the city feel and atmosphere is always present and you will never run out of things to do. Situated over 3 main campuses, BCU offers a huge range of experience of the city - you'll never finish exploring! Nights out in Brum are never disappointing, from the famous Broad Street to other amazing areas that you'll explore in freshers. Don't forget to try out the local "buz" that's going around town!
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