This programme allows students to achieve a qualifying law degree and study psychology in preparation for a range of legal and non-legal careers. The degree will attract not only students wishing to become law practitioners but also those hoping to pursue careers in criminology, business, government, voluntary organisations, research and teaching. You will develop essential legal, academic, analytical and important transferable skills to prepare you for a broad range of legal and non-legal careers. An ideal degree course for those with interests in justice, criminal profiling and seeking justice when clients' state of mind is in question. Southampton Law School is a top performer in national mooting competitions; students participate in pro-bono activities, including BarLink, Business Clinic, Employment Law Clinic, Family Law Clinic, Housing Clinic, and Streetlaw. 100 per cent of our research has been rated world leading or internationally excellent for the research environment we provide to staff and students (REF, 2014). We have exceptional academic and personal, legal and employability skills programmes and our programmes are accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Council of England and Wales as qualifying law degrees (QLD). For more information visit: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/lawemployability The Law School at Southampton has been delivering high quality undergraduate degrees in Law for over 60 years. Our alumni occupy leading positions in the legal profession in the UK and around the world. Our law degree is also an avenue to exciting careers in business, government, media, and politics. Delivered by our expert academic staff working at the cutting edge of legal research into society’s problems, the curriculum has been designed to provide you with a strong foundation in the core subjects, coupled with opportunities to pursue a range of optional modules of your choosing.