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The staff’s legal experience was important to me; for someone who wants to pursue a legal career I found it gave me an insight into what I would expect after the course
LLB (Hons) with Foundation Year
The teaching methods on the foundation year were excellent. The discipline and punctuality required was real and it was a great start to university life – I would highly recommend it!
Legal Services Apprenticeship
I thought about studying for an undergraduate degree in law, but working in conjunction with learning was a critical factor for me
Over the summer I undertook work experience with Bhatt Murphy, which was as a direct result of a link given to us by the careers office staff.
It’s nice to know that I’m taught by solicitors and barristers; in my opinion there is no other way to be taught.
What I enjoy most about my course is that all of my units are really useful, and that I’m studying something I’m going to use in the future.
The most enjoyable aspect on the apprenticeship is being regarded as an adult and a fellow employee
I feel it’s really important that our lecturers have been in law practice, and its relevance for us is so apparent when they can bring a subject to life with real life examples and experience
LLB (Hons) Part-time
Many of the staff have themselves completed part-time law courses, so they understand the pressures of studying and working at the same time.”
LLB (Hons) in Legal Practice
The content allows you to learn what you would study on a law degree whilst also providing practical elements