University of Brighton Law

University of Brighton Law

It is a qualifying law degree, which means that Law LLB(Hons) graduates will have completed the academic stage of training for entry into the legal profession. This course is one of three LLB pathways offered by Brighton Business School, alongside Law with Business LLB(Hons) and Law with Criminology LLB(Hons).

Our Law (LLB) degree combines academic study with opportunities to experience law in practice, preparing you for a career as a legal professional or as a legal specialist within an organisation. 

Taken over three years, or four years with an optional salaried placement, core learning provides practical skills in presentation, negotiation, oration, mooting and advocacy and develops an understanding of the English legal system.

As you progress, option modules provide opportunities to tailor your learning. Learning is delivered through a stimulating mix of seminars, guest lectures, skills sessions and workshops. Extracurricular activities, such as industry-sponsored mooting and client interviewing competitions and pro bono work, allow you to further develop practical skills in problem-solving, critical analysis and communication.

In year 3 you can also take a year’s salaried placement in industry, giving you the chance to gain industry contacts and put your skills into practice whilst earning up to £22,000 working with some of the biggest names in commerce and industry.

This degree is recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board. It is a qualifying law degree, which means that Law LLB(Hons) graduates will have completed the academic stage of training for entry into the legal profession.

This course is one of three LLB pathways offered by Brighton Business School, alongside Law with Business LLB(Hons) and Law with Criminology LLB(Hons).  This new course is in the final stages of development and may be subject to small changes. Check back regularly. 

Entry requirements

The entry requirements listed here are our typical offer for this course if you wish to begin studying with us in 2017. They should be used as a general guide.