This course involves study in France and the UK, leads to the award of an LLB Qualifying Law Degree (recognised by both the Bar and Law Society of England and Wales, and also recognised in France as a Masters I degree). It is open to students who complete 2 years at Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, followed by 2 years at Bangor University. Students will be educated in the fundamentals of law and in the major Law subjects in the United Kingdom, France, Europe, and the wider international community. Students will acquire an in-depth, contextualised understanding of the major substantive areas of law, and will develop the ability to compare and contrast aspects of English, Welsh and French law with those of other countries in major subject areas, equipping them to understand both Common Law and Civil Law principles, so that when they either subsequently practice as lawyers or undertake further study, candidates will be very familiar with the subtleties of both the Common and Civil Law arenas. Students will learn to interpret legal rules and employ legal reasoning in techniques used in both the Common and Civil Law systems in order to offer solutions and conclusions to actual or hypothetical complex legal problems.