Law with Criminology is a popular combination for anyone who wants to focus on law and also gain valuable insights into the causes and consequences of crime.
You’ll study one criminology module each year, with the rest of your course devoted to law. After graduating, you’ll be exempt from the academic stage of qualifying as a solicitor or barrister.
You’ll learn how law is made and administered, and its relationship with the broader social, political and cultural context in which it operates. For the criminology part of the course, you’ll receive a solid introduction to the subject, including an understanding of the criminal justice system, which includes the police, courts and prison systems.
While much of the law course is compulsory, you’ll be able to choose from ten criminology modules in your second and third years to pursue areas that are of most interest to you.
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By studying Law with Criminology, you’ll gain skills and knowledge that are in high demand from employers in a variety of fields.
Many of our students go on to enjoy successful careers as solicitors after completing their legal studies through the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and obtaining a training contract with a law firm.
Others become barristers, going on to take the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) and then obtaining Pupillage in barristers’ chambers. This can lead to a tenancy as a self-employed barrister, or you can practise as an employed barrister.
Some students use their legal knowledge and the other skills and qualities they develop at UEL to pursue other related careers. Communication skills, such as writing, speaking and presenting, and the ability to analyse and evaluate information are just the thing many employers are looking for.
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