University of East Anglia

LLB Law with American Law

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University of East Anglia
In Norwich

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Typology Course
Location Norwich
Start September 2019
  • Course
  • Norwich
  • Start:
    September 2019
Description

The LLB (Hons) Law with American Law degree offers you a unique opportunity to study law with a transatlantic dimension. You will cover all the compulsory English law modules whilst also acquiring an understanding of the US legal system.


As part of the degree programme, you will spend a year studying alongside US law students at a leading law school in the United States. At the end of your four year degree you will obtain an English qualifying law degree and also have a very good understanding of the US and its legal system, making this course an attractive prospect for those intending to enter the legal profession.

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Where and when
Starts Location
Sep-2019
Norwich
University Of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ, Norfolk, England
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Starts Sep-2019
Location
Norwich
University Of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ, Norfolk, England
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· Requirements



2018/9
A Level AAA
International Baccalaureate 34 If no GCSE equivalent is held, offer will include Mathematics and English requirements.
Scottish Advanced Highers BBB
Irish Leaving Certificate 6 subjects at H2
Access Course Pass the Access to HE Diploma with Distinction in 45 credits at Level 3
BTEC D*D*D* Only acceptable in the following subjects: Applied Science, Applied Law, Forensic and Criminal Investigation or Business .
European Baccalaureate 82%
Entry Requirement
GCSE Requirements: GCSE English Language grade 4 and GCSE Mathematics grade 4 or...

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4.7
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Student
5.0 25/03/2019
About the course: Overall, the experience was great so far.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Rosie
4.5 09/03/2013
What I would highlight: I loved every minute of my first year at UEA and would recommend it to everyone!
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Holly
4.5 08/03/2013
What I would highlight: Here everyone is very friendly and the campus has an awesome atmosphere. There are lots of events and societies you can join as well as a good sports park.
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What you'll learn on the course

Contract Law
IT Law
Human Rights
Constitutional Law
Politics
Employment Law
English
LLB
International
Law
University
School
Public
Media

Course programme


Year 1

Compulsory Study (120 credits)

  • CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
  • CONTRACT LAW
  • ENGLISH LEGAL PROCESS
  • LAW IN PRACTICE
  • LEGAL METHOD, SKILLS AND REASONING
  • PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW


Year 2

Compulsory Study (100 credits)

  • INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN LAW
  • LAND LAW
  • THE LAW OF TORT
  • THE LAW OF TRUSTS
  • US CONSTITUTIONAL METHOD

Option A Study (20 credits)

  • ANIMAL WELFARE LAW
  • EMPLOYMENT LAW 1
  • EU CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
  • FAMILY LAW: CHILD LAW
  • FURTHER TOPICS IN CONTRACT LAW
  • LAW AND BUSINESS
  • PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW


Year 3

Compulsory Study (120 credits)

  • YEAR ABROAD


Year 4

Compulsory Study (20 credits)

  • EU LAW

Option A Study (80 - 100 credits)

  • BRITISH HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
  • COMPANY LAW
  • COMPARATIVE LAW
  • COMPETITION LAW
  • CRIME AND SENTENCING
  • DISCRIMINATION LAW
  • DISSERTATION
  • EMPLOYMENT LAW 2
  • FAMILY LAW: ADULT RELATIONSHIPS
  • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
  • INTERNATIONAL AND EU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
  • INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
  • INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND REFUGEE LAW
  • INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
  • INTERNET LAW
  • JURISPRUDENCE
  • LAW AND MEDICINE
  • MEDIA LAW
  • MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE
  • THE CRIMINAL PROCESS

Option B Study (0 - 20 credits)

  • AMERICA IN THE WORLD: THE HISTORY OF U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS
  • AMERICAN JUSTICE: THE SUPREME COURT
  • ANIMAL WELFARE LAW
  • BEGINNERS' ARABIC I
  • BEGINNERS' ARABIC I (SPRING START)
  • BEGINNERS' CHINESE I
  • BEGINNERS' CHINESE I (SPRING START)
  • BEGINNERS' FRENCH I - A1 CEFR
  • BEGINNERS' FRENCH I - A1 CEFR (SPRING START)
  • BEGINNERS' GERMAN I (SPRING START) - A1 CEFR
  • BEGINNERS' GERMAN I - A1 CEFR
  • BEGINNERS' GREEK I - A1 CEFR
  • BEGINNERS' ITALIAN I - A1 CEFR
  • BEGINNERS' JAPANESE I
  • BEGINNERS' JAPANESE I (SPRING START)
  • BEGINNERS' RUSSIAN I - A1 CEFR
  • BEGINNERS' SPANISH I - A1 CEFR
  • BEGINNERS' SPANISH I - A1 CEFR (SPRING START)
  • BLACK FREEDOM STRUGGLES: THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
  • BRITAIN AND EUROPE
  • BLACK FREEDOM STRUGGLES: SLAVERY, 1619-1865
  • DEMOCRACY
  • DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE
  • ELECTIONS AND ELECTORAL MALPRACTICE
  • EMPLOYMENT LAW 1
  • EU CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
  • EU'S FUTURE AS AN INTERNATIONAL ACTOR
  • FAMILY LAW: CHILD LAW
  • FURTHER TOPICS IN CONTRACT LAW
  • GENDER AND THE MEDIA
  • HUMAN RIGHTS: THE HISTORY OF AN IDEA
  • IN AND OUT: THE POLITICS OF MIGRATION
  • INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I - A2 CEFR
  • INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I - A2 CEFR
  • INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I - A2 CEFR
  • INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
  • INTERNATIONAL POLITICS SINCE 1945
  • INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
  • INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
  • INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE I
  • INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE I (SPRING START)
  • LANGUAGE AND GENDER
  • LATIN AMERICA AND THE WORLD (LEVEL 6)
  • LAW AND BUSINESS
  • POLITICS AND MEDIA
  • POLITICS, DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIETY
  • POST A-LEVEL FRENCH 1/I
  • POST A-LEVEL SPANISH 1/I
  • POWER AND SOCIETY
  • PROPAGANDA
  • PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
  • PUBLIC POLICY AND WELFARE
  • RUSSIA AND THE WORLD
  • THE COLD WAR
  • TOPICS IN BRITISH POLITICS
  • WARS AND HUMANITARIAN CRISES
  • WOMEN, POWER AND POLITICS II, THE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE TO NANCY ASTOR
  • WOMEN, POWER, AND POLITICS (I): ISABEL OF CASTILE TO MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT

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Scholarships and Bursaries
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The University of East Anglia offers a range of Scholarships; please click the link for eligibility, details of how to apply and closing dates.

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