This fully qualifying law degree is designed and developed in consultation with professional law firms. It satisfies the standards of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Council for academic legal training. You can choose from a variety of law options to match your specific areas of interest with the opportunity to study legal areas including criminal law, personal injury, medical negligence, corporate law, state powers, human rights, civil liberties, family law, employment law, property law, and sports law. **Real client work** We are home to the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice (HKC) where many areas of legal study involves real client work. All our work based legal professional practice areas give you valuable experience that improves your legal skills and impresses future employers. Under the umbrella of our various ‘Legal Professional Practice’ modules, there are four legal departments where you can gain practical, graduate skills and experience. Those legal departments are: • Business and Commercial • Litigation • Property and Private Client • Professional Voluntary Work and Human Rights Areas include • HKC law clinic • Law in practice placement • HKC criminal appeals clinic • Human rights clinic • Prison clinic • Street law/Urban Lawyers • Advocacy and mooting • Law in practice placement (international) • Combined court helpdesk **Study overseas** You may also be able to study overseas in the second year. We have links with • Anadolu University, Turkey (some taught in English) • University of Toulouse, France (taught in English) • Carleton University, Canada (taught in English) • Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia (taught in English) • Université Paris XII Val de Marne, Paris (taught in French) • Georgia Southern University, USA (taught in English) • Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Holland (taught in English) • Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic (taught in English) This qualifying law degree exempts you from the Common Professional Examination of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Council. **Professional recognition** This qualifying law degree exempts you from the Common Professional Examination of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Council.