Queen Mary University of London 2 Year LLB

Queen Mary University of London 2 Year LLB

Queen Mary University of London 2 Year LLB

Law – Senior Status

M101 LLB (Hons) 2 years



Law (Senior Status) is a two-year LLB programme for advanced students (those with a degree in another discipline). It is primarily designed for graduates who wish to obtain a qualifying law degree but will also be of interest to those non-law graduates who have an interest in reading law as a second academic degree.

The Senior Status programme attracts students from all around the world, so there is the opportunity to get to know people from many different countries.

The Senior Status Society, run by students on the programme, is more social than the other careers focused societies and exists to support and welcome students who have already had the ‘first time at university’ experience. There is a great sense of comradery amongst the Senior Status students and the society has co-ordinated a range of events, such as networking event at the Canadian Embassy.

Why study law at Queen Mary?

The School of Law at Queen Mary is ranked 5th in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2017. Our students are also happy with us, giving an overall satisfaction rating of 91 per cent in the most recent National Student Survey.

Law Student Societies

Alongside our degree programmes students can take advantage of the large number of student run law societies and get involved with departmental events and networking opportunities through becoming a student ambassador.

Legal Advice Centre

The School of Law was the first law school in London to set up a Legal Advice Centre (LAC), offering free legal advice to members of the public. Our students volunteer in an advisory capacity and work alongside qualified solicitors from top city law firms. The LAC enters its 10th year in 2016 and has a number of award winning projects; its most recent, SPITE , aimed at victims of revenge porn has been nominated for a number of awards in its first year of running.