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LLB Law with Economics LLB

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Course UCAS code: M1L1
Qualification type:
  • LLB, Full-time , Duration: 3 Years
Course Summary:
This degree programme enables you to study Law and Economics for your combined honours degree. The Law with Economics LLB is a Qualifying Law Degree, covering all of the Solicitors' Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board required areas of study to permit progression onto the professional training courses for qualification as a solicitor or barrister. The Economics minor is designed to provide students with three types of economic grounding. Introduction to Economics provides the basic toolkit for the academic study of Economics. Economic Development fosters the student's ability to apply those tools to real-world cases, and considers how to build a good economy. Finally, Political Economy develops a solid foundation in the history of economic thought, for in-depth understanding of past and current economic debates.
Modules:
In your first year: English Legal System (30 credits) and Contract Law (30 credits) and Public Law (30 credits); Economics minor: Economic Principles (30 credits); In your second year: Criminal Law (30 credits) and Equity & Trust Law (30 credits) and Law of Tort (30 credits); Economics minor: Economic Development (30 credits); In your third year: Law of the European Union (30 credits) and Law of Property (30 credits), plus Dissertation (30 credits) or Elements of Commercial Law and Elements of Company Law (15 credits each); Economics minor: Political Economy (30 credits)
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In your first year you will learn how laws are formed and how the legal and justice systems are structured and administered, together with studying areas such as the law that regulates government, the relationship between the individual and the state and contracts. In your second year you will study criminal law, the law of tort (civil wrongs) and the law of equity and trusts. In your final year you will complete study of the required areas of law, those of the European Union and Property, in particular land law. Combined honours students will take two half-courses in Company and Commercial Law, giving a rounded appreciation of corporate matters and trade.
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15 January

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Admissions team:
Tel. +44 (0)20 7637 4550
Email. [email protected]

Admissions Office:
Tel. 020 7637 4550
Email. [email protected]

The NCH Admissions Team:
Tel. +44 (0) 20 7637 4550
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