University Of Glasgow 2 Year llb

University Of Glasgow 2 Year llb

LAW (GRADUATE ENTRY) LLB

This is a fast-track undergraduate degree, which is only available to graduates of disciplines other than Law.

The accelerated LL.B. allows graduates in other disciplines to obtain a degree which will qualify them for entry to the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice and the solicitor branch of the legal profession in two years. The two-year degree is available to all applicants holding a first degree.

  • The programme is fully accredited by the Law Society of Scotland for entry into the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice.
  • This flexible degree offers courses that put an emphasis on developing the key skills required by employers.
  • The programme provides you with a sound general foundation for a range of careers, such as the civil service, local government, journalism, industry and commerce, international institutions, administration, banking, insurance, social work and the police service.

University Of Glasgow 2 Year llb

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The degree requires two years of full-time study and covers all courses required for the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice and the legal profession in Scotland.

Year 1

  • Obligations 1A
  • Obligations 1B
  • Introduction to legal study
  • Family law
  • Constitutional law
  • Criminal law and evidence

Year 2

  • Law and government
  • Jurisprudence
  • Legal profession and ethics
  • Property law
  • Commercial law
  • Business organisations
  • European Union law

There is a range of optional courses to choose from, covering topics such as

  • Roman law
  • International private law
  • Labour law
  • Forensic medicine
  • Public international law
  • Tax law.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Academic entry requirements
for entry in 2017

Applications to Law will be considered from graduates provided they have a minimum of 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent international degree.

University Of Glasgow 2 Year llb

CAREER PROSPECTS

If you intend to become a solicitor or advocate in Scotland you must, in addition to the LLB, complete a one-year postgraduate vocational qualification: the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice. There is then a period of full-time training for two years to become a solicitor, and up to two and a half years to become an advocate.