Law

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LLB (Hons) Law
Full-time
Mode of study
3
3 years
Duration
112
UCAS Points

The University of Bolton

MA /MSc Professional Practice (Specialism)
Part-time
Mode of study
24
24 months
Duration

The University of Bolton

LLB (Hons) Law with foundation year
Full-time
Mode of study
4
4 years
Duration
48
UCAS Points

The University of Bolton

LLB (Hons) Law
Part-time
Mode of study
5
5 years
Duration
112
UCAS Points

The University of Bolton

MA /MSc Professional Practice (Specialism)
Full-time
Mode of study
12
12 months
Duration

The University of Bolton

MA /MSc Professional Practice (Specialism): Extended
Full-time
Mode of study
18
18 months
Duration

The University of Bolton

LLM Law
Full-time
Mode of study
1
1 year
Duration

The University of Bolton

Welcome to Law

Do you think you can effectively use your powers of persuasion to solve and prevent problems? Then you could be a lawyer in the making!

The University of Bolton is one of the best places to acquire a law degree. For two years running, our law courses have been ranked number one in the North West for student experience, and the university overall has been rated in the top five in the UK for teaching quality, according to The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019 and 2020. Our ‘Teaching Intensive, Research Informed’ approach will ensure that you graduate with the power to make a real impact in this challenging legal profession.


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Testimonials

Josh Foster

Law | 2018

"I attended an offer-holder day and was immediately interested in what the law entailed. The university is very welcoming and the lecturers are very supportive. The law school offers a wide range of opportunities, especially for students from a non-law background. The course is very well organised and the teaching is very in-depth and highly stimulating. The course allows us to gain knowledge over a broad range of subjects."

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Junaid Chowdhry

Law | 2019

"Law is a profession where one has the ability to help those that are less fortunate. I chose to study law at the University of Bolton because the balance between the practical aspects of law and the academic aspects is perfect, and is what I enjoy most about the course."

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Joseph Brown

Law | 2018

"I have experienced a taster day at Bolton Coroners Court, where I was able to discuss proceedings with the Assistant Coroner Dr Duncan, and the Coroners First Officer. I experienced the judiciary in a different form compared to other courts I have experienced. In the Coroners Court it was clear that the family of the deceased were made a much higher priority, for example being given an opportunity to ask witnesses questions for themselves, and being given an opportunity to address the Coroner. It was interesting to see how the inquisitorial system in place allows the families of the deceased to take a much higher priority than claimants or victims in adversarial courtrooms. While the difference in other courtrooms is obviously necessary it was, nevertheless, an interesting difference in tone."

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Rene McCarthy

Law | 2017

"The course is highly stimulating and covers a number of interesting subjects and the course keeps the students very motivated. The Lecturers are helpful, available when we need them, and help us get work experience."

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Equality before the law

07 May 20

For over a century, there has been a fight to see every individual equal in the eyes of the Law. Throughout the 21st century, women and ethnic minorities have fought for their right to equal opportunities within society, but change only ...

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Changing the law; landmark court cases

28 Apr 20

The law is designed to serve justice, but it is not set in stone and can change. Landmark court cases are those which challenge expected outcomes and lead to changes in legislation.

One landmark court case was the Belmarsh decision...

What can I do with a Law degree

What can I do with a Law degree?

13 Apr 20

Many students get involved in Law because they’re passionate about making the world a better place, whether that be fighting for justice or supporting those falsely accused. The Law is complex as it extends to all corners of our societ...

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The Ethnic Backgrounds of Our Prison Population

07 Feb 20

According to Webster (2019) we know, from David Lammy and many other sources, that people from a BAME background are over-represented in our prisons. Last week the MoJ published its response to a number of Freedom of Information re...

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Safeguarding People at Risk: A Failing Criminal Justice System

21 Nov 19

UK media presents daily criticisms detailing criminal cases whereby the public or service users have been failed by the very system designed to protect from harm.

The media ‘gaze’ is never far from policing, prison or probation...

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Caster Semenya and the International Association of Athletics Federations: More ...

26 Jun 19

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) have been ordered by the Swiss Supreme Court to suspend their testosterone regulation with immediate effect after a successful appeal of the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s...

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