University of London LLB (Hons)

The University of London LLB (Hons) is a three- year Programme. Students studying for this degree are imparted a solid foundation in the concepts and structures of the English Legal System. It also helps to develop crucial understanding and ability to apply analytical and problem-solving skills in a range of legal and non-legal settings.

Standard Entry Route
Qualifying Law Degree (LLB)
General Rules for all Standard Entry Students
- You must be registered for a minimum of 30 credits and a maximum of120 credits at each level of study.
- On first registration, you must register to study Common Law Reasoning and Institutions.
If you have completed the University of London Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law you may be awarded credit and progress directly to Level 5 and 6 and complete LLB in further 2 years.
Level 4
At Level 4 you must complete at least 60 credits , including Common Law Reasoning and Institutions before progressing to Level 5.
One Compulsory Module
Common Law Reasoning and Institutions
 
Three Core Modules
Public Law Criminal Law
Contract Law  
Level 5
One Core Module
Tort Law  
Level 6
One Compulsory Module
Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
 
Three Core Modules
Equity & Trusts Property Law
EU Law  
 
Three optional modules chosen from:
Administrative Law Conflict of Laws
Introduction to Islamic Law Evidence
International Protection of Human Rights Company Law
Public international Law Intellectual Property
Laws Dissertation
(only available to QLD students)
Commercial Law