1st Year (Level 4)
- Criminal Law
This module examines general principles of criminal liability, a range of fatal and non-fatal offences against the person and selected offences against property
- Contract Law
This module introduces you to the principles of contract at common law in equity and helps you to understand how these principles are applied to agreements.
- Public Law
This module focuses on constitutional issues and reform; it analyses key issues governing the relations between citizens and the state.
- Legal System and Method
This module introduces the English legal system and conveys what is distinctive about the common law approach as a legal methodology.
2nd Year (Level 5)
- Tort Law
This module introduces you to the organizing principles of tort law, such as damage, fault, and vicarious liability.
- Property Law
This module centres on various interests what can exist in land, principles governing the creation, transfer and extinction of these interests.
- International Protection of Human Rights
This module examines the protection afforded to individuals, the concepts and principles which underpin the law of international human rights.
- European Union Law (Optional)
This module examines the workings of the European Union and its laws. I will appeal to students who enjoy public law and who have an interest in public affairs, politics, economics and international relations.
3rd Year (Level 6)
- Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
This module examines the nature of law, its place in society and how a legal system operates as a system of rules.
- Law of Equity and Trusts
Equity and Trusts deals with the rules and principles governing the creation and operation of trusts – a particular method of holding property
- Conflict of Laws
Also known as private international law, this is the body of rules applied by the English courts to cases with a foreign element.
- Introduction to Islamic Law
Gain an overview of Islamic law, the religious and historical foundations of Islamic Law and its application in contemporary jurisdiction.
- Dissertation (Optional) >>
This module provides an opportunity to undertake in-depth legal/sociolegal research for a 10,000-word dissertation.