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Law

Law

Course Summary

When you study on our Law course you will learn highly-valued skills in areas such as critical analysis and the ability to research, synthesise and transform information. The core modules of Law I and Law II will provide you with a broad foundation in Law, covering topics such as misrepresentation, Law of Tort and Human Rights. These modules are supported by an academic skills module and an optional module to be selected from History, Politics and International Relations or Criminology. Each module has been developed by an academic based at the University of Warwick, who is a specialist in the field.

A combination of lectures, seminars and discursive classes will provide the academic framework and will be complemented by a range of other activities such as case studies, open-ended questions and critical reasoning. This environment nurtures confidence in the value of creative thinking, and through constant practice, both communication and debating skills are enhanced.

You will have plenty of contact with the staff who teach you with 17 hours of contact time per week and up to 5 hours per week of English Language. This will leave any remaining time for independent learning, researching and preparing for assessments, lectures and seminars. Assessments will take a variety of different forms allowing you to demonstrate the range of skills.

Successful completion of this course will equip you with the knowledge and skills required for admission to a Law degree at a Russell Group university.

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Core Modules

Constitutional Law and Human Rights
Academic Skills

Elective Module 1 (Students must choose one of the following)

Tort and Contract Law
Criminal Law

Elective Module 2 (Students must choose one of the following)

History
Politics and International Relations