LLB

For all first, second and third year students in 2015-16

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Course number and title

See note

LSE100 The LSE Course: Understanding the causes of things

Year 1

1

LL104

Law of Obligations

2

LL105

Property I (H) and LL109 Introduction to The Legal System (H)

3

LL106

Public Law

4

LL108

Criminal Law

Year 2

5, 6, 7 & 8

Students take courses to the value of four full units.  Students must take at least three courses from Selection List A, and can take courses to the value of one full unit from Selection List B.

Year 3

9

LL305

Jurisprudence

10, 11 & 12

Students take course to the value of three full units. Students must take at least one full unit course from Selection List A and another two from either List A or List B which have not already been taken in Year 2.

Notes

LSE100 is taken by all students in the Lent Term of Year 1 and the Michaelmas Term of Year 2. The course is compulsory but does not affect the final degree classification.

Selection List A

AN226

Political and Legal Anthropology

LL201

Administrative Law  

LL202

Commercial Contracts

LL203

Law of Business Associations

LL204

Advanced Torts

LL205

Medical Law

LL207

Civil Liberties and Human Rights

LL210

Information Technology and the Law

LL212

Conflict of Laws

LL221

Family Law 

LL232

Law and Institutions of the European Union

LL233

Law of Evidence 

LL241

European Legal History

LL242

International Protection of Human Rights 

LL250

Law and the Environment

LL251

Intellectual Property Law

LL253

Law of Corporate Insolvency

LL257

Labour Law

LL259

Legal and Social Change Since 1750

LL275

Property II

LL278

Public International Law

LL293

Taxation

LL295

Media Law

LL299

Full Unit Dissertation on an Approved Legal Topic (cannot be taken in the same year as LL298)

LL300

Competition Law (Year 3 students only)

LL301

Global Commodities Law (n/a 15/16)

A course taught outside the Law Department, other than those on the exclusion list (only one can be selected over years 2 and 3

Selection List B

LL272

   Outlines of Modern Criminology (H)

LL284

   Sentencing and Treatment of Offenders (H)

LL298

   Half Unit Dissertation on an Approved Legal Topic (H) (cannot be taken in the same year as LL299)

This programme constitutes a qualifying law degree (QLD). QLDs are recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board as meeting the requirements for completing the academic stage of legal education for solicitors or barristers. For further information contact the Law Department.