This course starts in 2019

Law (Graduate Entry) LLB (Hons)

Law (Graduate Entry) LLB (Hons)

Key information

Duration:
2 years full time
UCAS code:
M101
Start date:
September 2019
  • 97% of our Sussex Law School graduates were in work or further study six months after graduating (HESA EPI, Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education 2016)

If you’re a graduate and you want to fast track your studies and gain a qualifying law degree in two years, this course is for you.

Not only do you gain a solid grounding in English law, but you can also explore International, European and Canadian law as part of your course.

You may undertake training to offer legal advice to the public (under supervision) and through the Sussex Law Clinic you can gain practical experience of the law in action.

Accreditation

Law (Graduate Entry) is a well established and taught course, one I would highly recommend to all those passionate about the law.”Susana Raquel Silva Cardoso
Law (Graduate Entry) LLB

Entry requirements

Undergraduate honours degree

Typical offer

You must have a second-class undergraduate honours degree (or equivalent).

If your qualifications aren’t listed or you have a question about entry requirements, contact us

Modules

Find out about our types of undergraduate degrees, their structure, modules and credits

These modules are running in the academic year 2018/19. We also plan to offer them in future academic years. They may become unavailable due to staff availability, student demand or updates to our curriculum. We’ll make sure to let our applicants know of such changes to modules at the earliest opportunity.

Core modules

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      Spring teaching
      My main research focuses on criminal law theory and doctrine, examining the substantive rules that make up criminal law and questioning theoretical foundations.”Dr John Child
      Senior Lecturer in Law

      Our staff

      Dr Mark Davies

      Dr Mark Davies

      Senior Lecturer In Law

      Research interests

      Criminal law and healthcare regulation, Ethics and law of future technologies, Healthcare Law and Ethics, higher education, medical law, Professional regulation, Research Ethics, Science and law, Tort Law

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      Prof Nuno Ferreira

      Prof Nuno Ferreira

      Professor of Law

      Research interests

      Children's rights, Discrimination Law, ECHR, European Union Law, Human Rights, Refugees and asylum, Sexual orientation, SOGI

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      Dr Helena Howe

      Lecturer In Law

      Research interests

      environmental education, Property law, Sustainable agriculture

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      Dr Tanya Palmer

      Dr Tanya Palmer

      Lecturer in Law

      Research interests

      Criminal law and criminal justice, Criminal law theory, Embodiment, feminist perspectives on law, Feminist theory, gender, Gender and Sexuality, gender-based violence, Research design and methodology, Sexual and gendered subjectivities, sexual violence, Socio Legal Studies

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      Prof Lindsay Stirton

      Prof Lindsay Stirton

      Professor of Public Law

      Research interests

      Basic Income, Bayesian Methods, Caribbean politics, Energy Regulation, healthcare regulation, Jamaican Government, Judicial review, law and development, Legal History, Multilevel Modelling, postcolonialism, Public Law, Qualitative Comparative Analysis, Regulation, Telecommunications Law, Utilities Regulation

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      Mrs Teresa Sutton

      Lecturer in Law

      Research interests

      Ecclesiastical law, Land law, Land Use, Land Use Change, Law Relating To Property, Legal History, Property law

      View Teresa Sutton’s profile

      Fees

      UK/EU students:
      £9,250 per year
      Channel Islands and Isle of Man students:
      £9,250 per year
      International students:
      £16,750 per year

      Note that your fees may be subject to an increase on an annual basis as the Government reviews the fee levels.

      Find out about typical living costs for studying at Sussex

      Find out about our terms and conditions

      Scholarships

      Our goal is to ensure that every student who wants to study with us is able to regardless of financial barriers, so that we continue to attract talented and unique people.

      Careers

      Graduate destinations

      Many of our graduates go on to qualify as solicitors and barristers, or go on to jobs including:

      • paralegal, Balfour Beatty
      • case handler, Santander
      • executive officer, Home Office.

      (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2016)

      Your future career

      You’ll be prepared – subject to completion of the necessary further qualifications – to practise law as a solicitor, a barrister or an in-house lawyer for a public limited company or a government agency.

      Or you can choose to use your excellent communication skills in fields such as:

      • broadcast media
      • public relations or human resources
      • policy development or politics.

      Working while you study

      Our Careers and Employability Centre can help you find part-time work while you study. Find out more about career development and part-time work

      I did a Law degree but studied other areas, such as politics and human rights, which I found gave me the skills to not only succeed as a solicitor but also to run a business.”Lucinda Dore
      Partner, Crosby and Woods Solicitors
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      ug.admissions@law.sussex.ac.uk

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