Bachelor’s in Law (LLB)

You’ll develop the cultural awareness and critical thinking skills you need to analyze and produce a broad range of discourse in a full spectrum of careers — and to make a difference in whatever you do.


The Bachelor of Laws degree is an internationally recognised award that you can study flexibly, anywhere in the world. We provide a world-class LLB of international standing. It has been the first step in the careers of thousands of practicing lawyers around the world.

The aims of Undergraduate Law is to:

LLB learning outcomes:

Subject knowledge

Students will have knowledge and understanding of:

  • The principal features of the legal system including familiarity with its institutions and procedures.
  • The key principles and values of a range of legal areas extending beyond the core.
  • Some in-depth knowledge of specialist areas.

Subject application/problem solving

Students will be able to:

  • Identify the legal issues arising from particular factual situations.
  • Apply knowledge so as to provide practical and reasoned advice and solutions to particular problems over a wide range of legal areas.

Subject sources and research

Students will be able to:

  • Identify and use primary and secondary legal sources relevant to the topic under study.
  • Identify contemporary debates and engage with these whilst accurately documenting the law in the area.

Analysis, evaluation, critical judgment and synthesis

Students will be able to:

  • Identify issues in terms of policy and doctrinal importance.
  • Produce clear doctrinal synthesis and summary of policy issues.
  • Evaluate law both independently in terms of doctrinal coherence and in relation to other policy perspectives which have been incorporated in the topics studied.
  • Create new or imaginative ways of approaching a problem or analysing material in different ways.


Students will be able to:

  • Act independently in planning and managing their own learning and the tasks in areas which students have studied.
  • Provide some reflection on learning experiences.

Key Skills

  1. Communication and literacy.
  2. Communicate fluently in English, using legal terminology correctly.
  3. Read a range of complex works within and about law and summarise arguments accurately.
  4. Engage in academic debate in a professional manner.
  5. Demonstrate proficient use of information technology.
  6. use standard information retrieval systems to access legal information and internet resources.


Semester 1CreditsNumber
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Lorem ipsum2ESTU 340
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Semester 2CreditsNumber
Lorem ipsum4ESTU 768
Lorem ipsum4ESTU 432
Lorem ipsum2ESTU 873
Semester 3CreditsNumber
Rhetoric & the Public Sphere4ESTU 203
Communication & Everyday Life2ESTU 340
Critical & Rhetorical Methods4ESTU 657
Semester 4CreditsNumber
Relational Communication4ESTU 768
Public Relations Campaigns4ESTU 432
Rhetoric of Social Movements2ESTU 873
Total for the entire period of study40

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