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  Criminal Law and Criminal Justice LLM

University of Chichester    Law

Full time & Part time September LLM 1 year full-time (15 months with SQE), 2 years part-time (30 months with SQE)
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Embark on a thrilling journey into the world of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice with the LLM programme at the University of Chichester. This three-year course is designed to equip you with the essential knowledge and practical skills needed to excel as a barrister or solicitor. Delve into seven core areas of legal expertise, including Criminal Law, Criminal Evidence, and Sentencing Law, while engaging in innovative assessments such as mock trials and client interviews. The programme offers a unique opportunity to study criminal law in each year, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the subject. With smaller class sizes and expert teaching staff, you will hone your research, critical thinking, and employability skills. The support provided for the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) and diverse career pathways, including paralegal and teaching roles, make this programme a standout choice for aspiring legal professionals. Entry requirements include a 2.2 Honours degree in Law or a related subject, with specific criteria for SQE applicants holding non-UK degrees. Join us at the University of Chichester and pave your way to a successful legal career.

About the course

Law exists to regulate pretty much everything we do, which is why it remains such a relevant and fascinating subject to study.

Study criminal law in each year

This three-year course will develop your knowledge and understanding of legal frameworks to give you the opportunity to pursue a career as a barrister or solicitor.

The course provides debate, discussion and learning on the seven core areas of knowledge, as you develop your academic and practical skills to prepare for a career within the profession.

We also offer you the unique opportunity to study criminal law in each year of your degree.

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Entry Requirements

Typical Offer (individual offers may vary):

Honours degree 2.2 or above in Law or a related subject.

Students wishing to take the SQE must have an LLB in Law or Law conversion.

If an applicant has a non-UK degree and intends to qualify as a barrister, they should also have a certificate of academic standing from the Bar Standards Board.

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Where is University of Chichester
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