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. We are home to the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice (HKC) where many of the modules involving real client work take place. You may also be able to study overseas in the second year. Overseas study counts towards your final degree. As an extra-curricular activity you have the opportunity to gain supervised experience of working in the courts offering legal guidance and support to people who don’t have representation. It is a great opportunity to gain real-life experience in a court to prepare you for legal practice.