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Law / MLaw Legal Professional Practice (Integrated Masters)

Pearson College London (including Escape Studios)

UCAS Code: M200 | Bachelor of Law (with Honours) - LLB (Hons)

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2021

Subject

Law

Get ahead quicker with the option of extending your undergraduate law course to include an MLaw Masters of Law. In addition to your Masters, you'll be exempt from the LPC qualification. Don’t just learn law through traditional academics, experience it with direct exposure to successful solicitors, barristers and business leaders through industry workshops and guaranteed internships (subject to academic performance). Students have previously visited Unilever, IBM and Savills for industry workshops.

Learn law within the heart of a FTSE 100 company, Pearson PLC! Our law programmes provide you with all the necessary knowledge and skills to become a legal professional. You’ll be taught by qualified solicitors, as well as business tutors. Study this course at our Midtown campus in Holborn, one of London's busiest business districts and legal centre, home to the Royal Courts of Justice and leading law firms.

Welcome to the Pearson Business School approach to studying law, that's focused on providing you with a real-world understanding of the legal sector.

Modules

Year 1 / Level 4:
Core modules -
• English Legal System I (15 credits)
• English Legal System II (15 credits)
• Law of Contract (15 credits)
• Law of Tort (15 credits)
• Civil Litigation (15 credits)
• Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence (15 credits)
• A choice of electives (30 credits)

Level 5 / Year 2:
Core modules -
• Advocacy and Negotiation (15 credits)
• Criminal Law (15 credits)
• Criminal Litigation (15 credits)
• Constitutional and Administrative Law (15 credits)
• Employment Law (15 credits)
• Law of the European Union (15 credits)
• A choice of electives (30 credits)
Level 6 / Year 3:
• Client Management (15 credits)
• Land Law (15 credits)
• Law of Equity and Trusts (15 credits)
• Ethics, Professional Conduct and Regulation
(10 credits)
• Property Law and Practice (15 credits)
• Research Project (30 credits)
• Wills and Administration of Estates (15 credits)

Assessment methods

You will be assessed through a variety of methods including coursework, practical examinations and written examinations.

The Uni


Course location:

Pearson College London

Department:

Pearson Business School

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93%
Staff make the subject interesting
93%
Staff are good at explaining things
74%
Ideas and concepts are explored in-depth
78%
Opportunities to apply what I've learned

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Feedback on work has been timely
Feedback on work has been helpful
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Good advice available when making study choices

Resources and organisation

67%
Library resources
56%
IT resources
63%
Course specific equipment and facilities
30%
Course is well organised and has run smoothly

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