LLB (Hons) Law
Kick-start your career in Law with our LLB degree options. We’re accredited by the Law Society of Scotland and recognised by the Faculty of Advocates.
- Award LLB (Hons)
- Start date September 2021
- Duration 48 months (or 24 months for Accelerated LLB)
- Mode of study Full-time, Campus based
- UCAS Code M114
- Study abroad opportunities
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If you’re planning a career in the legal profession, our LLB degree provides a well-rounded qualification that can be your first step towards becoming a Scots lawyer or entering other prestigious sectors.
The University of Stirling LLB offers in-depth knowledge and understanding of legal principles, theories, institutions and rules – as well as the wider social and political context in which law operates. You’ll benefit from the knowledge of our expert teaching staff, whose own legal research is widely published and feeds back into the LLB programme. You can also rest assured that everything you’re learning is in line with the highest professional standards, as our LLB Hons is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland and recognised by the Faculty of Advocates.
Field trips give you an opportunity to experience how courts function in practice, while the opportunity to apply for a work placement in a legal organisation will equip you with a comprehensive understanding of what professional life is like. Our LLB graduates have gone on to a wide range of successful careers, and our LLB is a rigorous degree that develops important intellectual and personal skills. That’s why our graduates are attractive to employers both in the legal profession and beyond.
Top reasons to study with us
The Stirling LLB is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland and recognised by the Faculty of Advocates, which are the professional bodies for Scots lawyers.
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