LLB Senior Status


The LLB (Senior Status) is an accelerated two-year qualifying law degree for Northern Ireland, England and Wales, Canada and other jurisdictions. It is primarily designed for non-law graduates who wish to obtain a qualifying law degree or who have an interest in reading law as a second academic degree.

Students will have the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge in core legal subjects as well as real-world skills that they will be able to utilise in future employment.

The course outline is as follows:

Year 1
• Legal Methods and Skills
• Constitutional Law in Context
• European Constitutional Law
• Criminal Law
• Rights and Accountability
• European Internal Market Law

Year 2
• Contract
• Equity
• Torts
• Contemporary Issues in Property Law
• Evidence
• Land Law

In place of the Evidence course, students can, if they wish, study one of our optional courses.

In 2016/17 these included;

• Contemporary Issues in British and Irish Human Rights
• Competition Law
• Criminal Liability
• Environmental Law
• Globalisation, Development and the Security Sector
• International Criminal and Transitional Justice
• International Financial Law
• Intellectual Property Law
• Public International Law
• Remedies in Private Law
• Research Project B (Dissertation)
• Reshaping the NI Constitution: The Transition from Conflict to Consensus
• Sentencing

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