A Graduate Entry LLB will allow you to achieve a senior status law degree as a non-law graduate in just two years rather than the regular three with our fast-track Graduate Entry LLB programme.
You can choose from specialist legal subjects and take work placements during the summer recess.
You may have studied anywhere in the world previously, our GE LLB programme is especially attractive to Canadians, who will be advanced in satisfying Canadian NCA requirements upon completion of this degree.
If you intend to practise law in the UK, you can obtain an exemption from the academic stage of training over two years. This allows you to select specialist legal subjects and take work placements.
To apply for this degree, you will need one of the following:
- A degree (in any subject), of at least a second-class honours standard, conferred by an institution in the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland or by the Council for National Academic Awards.
- A Canadian Bachelor degree with GPA 3.0 or above
- A US Bachelor degree with GPA 3.2 or above
- An approved degree conferred by an institution outside the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, and a very good knowledge of the English language.
Typical law career pathway
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Mooting is a training exercise for students allowing them to undertake a mock trial, arguing two sides of a point.