This qualifying Law degree covers exciting areas such as why conflicts occur, the balance of international power and the existence of Third World poverty. These all involve complex legal issues. By studying both law and international relations you will develop a greater understanding and critical awareness of global politics and institutions, and the related legal connotations. WHY STUDY THIS COURSE? This course is accredited by the Bar Standards Board, Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE Develop your skills in our replica courtroom and put your legal knowledge into practice in real world situations by working in our Pro Bono Clinics. WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? The course should appeal to those with a background in history, politics or sociology wanting to pursue a law related career. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE GAINED There is an opportunity to undertake a one year placement working in a paid full time role such as Eli Lily and local solicitors.You can also train as a Citizens Advice Bureau adviser a mediator or with one of our community partners in order to specialise in offering advice to the public. AFTER THE COURSE Our graduates have become litigation caseworkers, legal interns, trainee legal executives, and business analysts for organisations such as the Home Office, firms of solicitors and business consultancies.