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Learn the core areas of Law and consider Britain’s place in the world
Law exists to regulate pretty much everything we do, which is why it remains such a relevant and fascinating subject to study.
Prepare for your professional career
Our LLB (Hons) Law with International Relations course will develop your knowledge and understanding of legal frameworks to give you the opportunity to pursue a career as a barrister or solicitor.
The course provides debate, discussion and learning on the seven core areas of knowledge, as you develop your academic and practical skills to prepare for a career within the profession.
Incorporate international relations
Our LLB (Hons) Law with International Relations course also allows you to examine Britain’s wider place in the world and gain expert skills in analysis, negotiation, and international diplomacy.
We use a variety of assessment methods beyond just traditional exams in order to fully prepare you for your professional career, including mock trials and client interviews.
Support for SQE 1
We also offer specific support put in place to help prepare you for the first Solicitors’ Qualifying Examination.
Start your journey
All of our Law courses are suitable for those who have previously studied the subject, but previous study is not required.
Study the core foundations of legal knowledge alongside International Relations
Fundamentals of law
Our LLB (Hons) Law with International Relations degree develops your knowledge and understanding of real world legal skills in preparation for your progression into the law profession.
You will study many aspects of the law, including the foundation of legal knowledge subjects of:
- Criminal law
- Contract law
- Tort law
- EU law
- Public law
- Land law
- Equity and trusts
Consider Britain’s place in the world
You will also focus on Britain in the international context, as you consider the cultural diplomacy throughout the twenty-first century to develop your knowledge of contemporary international relations.
- Global security and challenges
- International human rights
- Brexit and its impacts
- International diplomacy
- Climate change and activism
- Civil society and NGOs
Select a year
Introduction to the English Legal System
This module introduces you to the different aspects of the English Legal System. You will examine the different ways laws are made and interpreted in court. You will form an understanding of the different personnel and courts within the English Legal System and how effectively these operate. This module will also include an introduction to legal research and methods.
Teaching and Assessment
Feel the support of experienced expert staff with our smaller class sizes
Smaller class sizes
You will learn in small groups to allow our experienced and expert staff to mould their teaching around you.
Teaching sessions are interactive and include case analysis, interpretation of statutes, debates and discussion on every core aspect of English law.
More than just exams
We use a wide range of assessment methods rather than relying just on exams.
As such, none of the modules are 100% exams, but rather a blend of coursework, mock trials, presentations, academic posters, mock client interviews, and negotiations.
Modules are assessed at every stage of the course, allowing you to clearly see your academic progress.
Preparation for SQE
Dedicated support for new postgraduate examinations for solicitors
The way to qualify as a solicitor in England and Wales has changed through the introduction of a new postgraduate examination process known as the Solicitors Qualifying Examinations, known as SQE 1 and SQE 2.
As a Law with International Relations student, you will be supported in preparing for the first of the Solicitor’s Qualifying Examinations, which you can sit after completing your degree.
This will include:
- How to make a bail application
- The role of a duty solicitor in a police station
- How to bring a claim in the civil courts
- The methods of resolving a dispute without resorting to court
Gain vital experience through our strong links with professional settings
During your second year, you will have the opportunity to undertake a work placement that will give you vital real-world experience of working within the law profession.
You will have the choice of taking this work placement at a local law firm (e.g. Irwin Mitchell), an in-house legal department of a large company, Citizen’s Advice, or at a local authority.
These placements can lead to additional opportunities, with students having sealed coveted mini-pupillage positions in chambers to enhance their professional prospects.
In addition, you can choose to gain experience within a political or diplomatic context. Previous students have secured placements at the Houses of Parliament and within local government.
Open up your future career options
Our LLB (Hons) Law with International Relations allows you to work towards becoming a solicitor or barrister.
All Solicitors must pass the Solicitor Qualifying Exam (SQE Parts 1 & 2), with the University of Chichester offering specific support for our students to take the first part after they graduate.
Other career paths include:
- Legal secretaries
- In-house lawyers
- Human resources
- Local and national government
- Civil services
Some Law students choose to pursue a career within teaching. At Chichester, we offer postgraduate options to allow you to qualify as teacher.
- PGCE Primary (5-11)
- PGCE Primary (5-11): Modern Languages
- PGCE Secondary (with subject specification)