Whether you're studying abroad at Sussex for a semester or year, you can browse our law modules below, and if you're unsure what to study, follow our top tips for how to choose a module.
Browse our modules
You can see our full list of law modules below.
- Aboriginal Law (Aut)
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Anti-Corruption Law and Practice
- Aspects of Commercial Law
- Child Law
- Company Law 1
- Constitutional Foundations of the European Union
- Criminal Law 1 (Advanced)
- Employment Law - Foundations
- Fashion Law
- Foundations of Environmental Law
- Global Business Law and Regulation
- Hate Crime and the Law
- Human Rights 1: International and Regional Frameworks
- Immigration & Asylum Law
- Intellectual Property: Copyright and Related Rights
- International Trade Law
- Law, Gender and Sexuality (Aut)
- Law and Resistance 1
- Law of Evidence
- Media Law and Regulation
- Perspectives on Healthcare Law
- Principles of Islamic Law
- Principles of Public International Law
- Transnational Commercial Litigation
- Adult Family Law
- Advanced Contract Law in Practice (Spr)
- Commercial Sales Law
- Competition Law and Markets
- Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Law
- Crime and Punishment
- Criminal Law 2 (Advanced)
- Global Business Law and Regulation Advanced
- Global Perspectives on Terrorism and Counter Terrorism B
- Human Rights 2: Critical Perspectives
- International Business Transactions
- Internet Law and Regulation
- Land, Property and Environment
- Law and Development
- Law and the Entertainment Industry
- Law and the Welfare State
- Law of Succession (Spr)
- Legal Ethics and Professional Conduct
- Protest Law (Spr)
- Public International Law in Current Affairs
- The Legal Regulation of Sexual Relationships
- The Single Market of the European Union (Advanced)
Not sure how to choose?
Follow our top tips for choosing your modules. You can also find out about our teaching structure, assessment process and how your credits transfer back to your home institution.
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Expertteaching – our academics are passionate about law**
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7research centres focusing on human rights, sustainability and crime
Which school will I study in?
You'll study in the law department, which is part of the School of Law, Politics and Sociology.
**Our academics are passionate about teaching law, some of whom have won awards including the CareersNet Lecturer of the Year.
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Our law research
Our staff focus on social justice issues in the context of rights and responsibilities. Research areas include, gender, trade policy and information governance.
Our research influences the way we teach, and you learn from academics at the forefront of their fields.
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*Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2021. ***(Our campus is nine minutes by train from Brighton & Hove) survey by accommodation providers Student Living by Sodexo. Rankings based on full undergraduate degree at Sussex.