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LLB (Hons) Law*
Law is taught from a range of perspectives, based on the finest traditions of legal education and recent innovations in today’s technologically fast-paced world. Our approach is to examine law well beyond basic legal rules and legal institutions, taking account of wider contexts and discourses that allow deeper understanding of law in society. With this approach, the University of Suffolk provides students with firm grounding in the subject of law and the contexts in which law functions. Equally important is the breadth and depth of education that this subject facilitates. Students will be equipped to take on challenging questions about law and related issues, and to apply their knowledge and skills in a variety of contexts. This ethos runs right through all subjects in the law curriculum which includes a number of modules specifically designed to provide opportunities for students to apply their knowledge and skills in different contexts.
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This course has been designed by Rushmore Business School and the University of Suffolk with the following aims:
- To develop extensive knowledge and understanding of a broad range of legal areas including the core foundational subjects locally as well as specialist areas.
- To expose students to core legal concepts, principles and values to allow them to understand the context in which law operates and to facilitate the careful analysis of individual legal rules.
- To allow for the critical evaluation and engagement of a range of primary and secondary sources to encourage evidence-based legal analysis.
- To introduce a range of legal research methods to allow students to conduct objective and competent legal research to examine and propose solutions for legal problems.
- To facilitate opportunities for students to develop legal skills such as oral and written advocacy, legal writing, critical analysis of conflicting sources and arguments, and ability to conduct accurate and reliable legal research.
- To develop students into independent learners and researchers.
- To develop subject specific, cognitive and employability skills for personal development, postgraduate study and a range of graduate careers including entering legal practice.
- To promote increasing participation in education for the local community by supporting a range of learners, including non-traditional entrants, at degree level.
- Law and Lawyering
- Criminal Law
- Constitutional Law
- Contract Law
- Ethics, Justice and the Legal Profession
- Tort Law
- Land Law
- Equity & Trusts
- Research Methods in Law
- Mauritian Law I 🇲🇺
- International Law and Human Rights
- Independent Project
- Administrative Law
- EU Law
- Mauritian Law II 🇲🇺
- Intellectual Property Law
The Mauritian Law modules have been designed to offer an insight into the Mauritian Legal system, introducing the student to key concepts and principles, thus giving our internationally recognized British LLB a competitive edge.
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