Overview

Start date: September Duration: 4 years full-time (including 1 year study abroad) UCAS code: M1M4 This four year law course provides an English law degree together with a detailed understanding of Spanish law and the legal systems of certain Spanish-speaking countries. You spend your third year at an excellent Spanish university law school. I enjoy the fact that the combination of Law with Spanish Law allows me to compare how the common law jurisdiction of England and Wales and the civil law jurisdiction of Spain differ, and this has led me to see the law in a different light. Start your career with the Law (with Spanish Law) LLB Innovative – research-led teaching at a Russell Group University Law School

Flexible – a wealth of optional choices to tailor the course to your interests

Employability – develop your professional skills in our Employability and Skills Initiative workshops delivered directly by members of the legal profession.

Work experience – over 200 places in our voluntary law or criminology schemes

Global opportunities – year abroad at fantastic institutions in Spain

Prospects – Over the last 2 years, 90% of our graduates are in work and/or further study 6 months after finishing the course (Unistats)

During your first year, you study Spanish Legal Terminology alongside your English law subjects, which will also help to strengthen your Spanish-language ability. We’ll also introduce you to comparative law, in order to gain an understanding of non-English legal systems.

The second year provides a more advanced understanding of substantive Spanish law and the legal and political culture in which it exists. This part of the course, comprising two modules, is taught in Spanish by a Spanish academic lawyer. Learning from a native speaker will thoroughly prepare you for your year abroad at one of our many partner universities in Spain. During your time abroad, you will study the main aspects of public and private law and optional modules according to your interests.Your final year concludes your study with completion of optional modules from a wide range of choices. Visit us Find out more about the Law […]

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