The LLB (Hons) degree of the University of Northampton is an undergraduate programme that leads to a Qualifying Law Degree and allows its graduates to exercise the legal profession. Students are given the option to study full-time or part-time while the programme’s duration may range from 3 to 6 years. Pre-sessional courses are held during the last three weeks of September, regular courses start in October and are completed in May.
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This programme is for those who wish to:
- Acquire all the necessary skills and abilities to pursue a career in law in Greece and abroad
- Train in conducting advanced legal research in English
- Acquire a prestigious degree in law
Structure of the Programme
The programme consists of eighteen modules to be completed within a period of at least three years and the following are some of the modules it includes:
First year compulsory modules:
- Law of Contract
- Law and Society
- Learning the [British] Law
- Introduction to Public Law
- Professional Legal Skills
- Criminal Law
Second year compulsory modules:
- Law of European Institutions
- Public Law
- Law of Tort
- Human Rights in the United Kingdom
- Consumer Law
- Intellectual Property Rights Law
Third year compulsory modules:
- Family Law
- Sales of Goods and Agency
- Land Law
- Practical Legal Skills
- Equity and Trusts
- Law Dissertation
The University of Northampton ranks among the most successful universities in the United Kingdom in terms of its graduates’ employability. After successfully completing the programme, graduates will be qualified to provide counsel on their clients’ legal strategies regarding the resolution of disputes with international aspects, prevent legal disputes and represent natural persons and legal entities in dispute resolution institutions. The knowledge and skills acquired during this programme also meet the demands of professional positions in government institutions or other legal entities that require legal research and checks.
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