A Bachelor of Laws, LLB, shows that an individual possesses a thorough understanding of the concepts of law and is able to practice it. It is the accreditation a graduate needs to attain a position in the field.
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Qualifying Human Rights Law Degree accredited by the professional bodies representing solicitors and barristers. Includes opportunities to gain legal work experience at t
Become a real life-saver
Working in human rights law means that, on a daily basis, you are playing a part in changing lives for the better, and defending those who can’t defend themselves.
As part of the degree, you’ll study criminal law, gender and justice, medical law, civil rights, alternative dispute resolution and medical law, giving you a solid foundation on which to build your career.
Why Human Rights Law at LSBU?
Happy students: No.1 UK wide for Satisfied overall with the course in Law (Guardian League Table, 2018) with an energetic Student Law Society that arranges talks, visits, and competitions.
Great teaching – we’re no 1 in London for Teaching, Academic Support, Assessment and Feedback (National Student Survey 2016).
Expert academics – our teachers are qualified solicitors and barristers, passing on their insights, real-world case expertise and passion for law.
Outstanding facilities – we'll equip you with an iPad mini, complete online support and access to a personal law e-library worth £6000.
Work experience - you could volunteer at the Lambeth County Court Help Desk, with local law firms, or be a Legal Adviser at LSBU's free drop-in Legal Advice Clinic.
Alternative route – we’re the only university in London to offer qualification as a legal executive via the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) modules on the LLB. Complete the necessary options and you’ll be eligible to become a graduate member of the CILEx.
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