Bangor University

English Law and French Law LLB

Bangor University
In Bangor

£11,750
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Important information

Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Bangor (Wales)
Duration 4 Years
Start September
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Bangor (Wales)
  • Duration:
    4 Years
  • Start:
    September
Description

Students will be educated in the fundamentals of law and in the major Law subjects in the United Kingdom, France, Europe, and the wider international community. You will acquire an in depth, contextualised understanding of the major substantive areas of law, and will develop the ability to compare and contrast aspects of English, Welsh and French law with those of other countries. You will be equipped to understand both Common Law and Civil Law principles, so whether you subsequently choose to practice as a lawyer or undertake further study, you will be very familiar with the subtleties of both Common and Civil Law. You will learn to interpret legal rules and employ legal reasoning in techniques used in both the Common and Civil Law systems in order to offer solutions and conclusions to actual or hypothetical complex legal problems.

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Bangor (Gwynedd)
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LL57 2DG

Starts

SeptemberNow taking bookings

To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

The course aims to enable understudies to: Outline the functions of criminal law, giving examples of relevant offences, and to explain the relationship between law and morality. Distinguish between criminal liability for acts and omissions and explain when liability will be imposed for omissions. Identify and differentiate between the various culpable states of mind. Distinguish between offences of basic and specific intent and apply the distinction to a factual scenario. Compare the various forms of unlawful homicide and assess the effectiveness of the current law. Identify and evaluate general defences to criminal charges.

· Who is it intended for?

This is a Qualifying Law Degree, which means that it is recognised for professional purposes by the Law Society and Bar Council of England and Wales. The degree will be received as the equivalent of a Masters I degree in France. Graduates will be eligible to proceed directly onto vocational training courses in these countries to become solicitors or barristers.

· Requirements

Pass all second year UT 1C exams in the modules listed above, and obtain either a 50% average, or a minimum score of 10 from a maximum of 20 in the UT 1C examinations. Meet the English language proficiency requirement (a European Level B2 or equivalent). This will be assessed by both universities upon initial application to Toulouse.

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What you'll learn on the course

Contract Law
IT Law
IT
English
LLB
International
Law
Public
Civil law
European union law
Introduction to Private Law
Introduction to Public Law
Administrative Law
History of Law
Criminal Law and Procedure
nternational Law of Human Rights
Optional module in Law
IT
Optional module in Law
IT

Course programme

Years 1 and 2: Université Toulouse 1 Capitole Year 1 Year 2 Introduction to Private Law (6 ECTS credits) Civil Law (6 ECTS credits) Introduction to Public Law (6 ECTS credits) Administrative Law (6 ECTS credits) International Institutions (6 ECTS credits) Criminal Law (6 ECTS credits) History of Law (6 ECTS credits) European Law (6 ECTS credits) Economics Law (6 ECTS credits) Business Law I (6 ECTS credits) Institutions Jurisdiction (Private Law) (6 ECTS credits) Common law module (2 ECTS credits) Civil Law (6 ECTS credits) Civil Law II (6 ECTS credits) Constitutional Law (6 ECTS credits) Administrative Law II (6 ECTS credits) European Institutions (6 ECTS credits) Business Law II (6 ECTS credits) Economic Law (6 ECTS credits) Tax Law (6 ECTS credits) Jurisdiction and Public Institutions (2 ECTS credits) Criminal Law and Procedure (6 ECTS credi Common Law Module (2 ECTS credits) Years 3 and 4: Bangor University All students complete the same compulsory modules at Bangor in order to attain a QLD LLB. Year 3 Year 4 Public Law (20 credits) International Law of Human Rights (20 credits) Contract Law (20 credits) Land and Law (20 credits) Introduction to Law (20 credits) European Union Law (20 credits) Legal Skills (20 credits) Tort (20 credits) Equity and Trusts (20 credits) Optional module in Law Criminal Law (20 credits) Optional module in Law

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