Interested in studying LLB Law? Join Dr. Ben Warwick, Senior Lecturer in Law and student Alura to hear all about the course, the campus, and the opportunities available to you at the University of Birmingham.
01:39 Who studies law?
02:15 What is the subject of Law?
03:35 Opportunities through Law
04:26 Why Birmingham Law School?
07:32 Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research
08:29 Pro bono
09:34 The Holdsworth Club – student society
11:46 Birmingham Law School and the City
13:29 Our degree courses
16:19 What you’ll study – LLB Law
20:27 Considering a Year Abroad?
21:43 Studying Law
25:32 What happens after a Law degree?
26:52 Applications and entry requirements
29:38 Interview with Law student Alura about the course and student life in Birmingham
With over 100 years of history as a leader and innovator of professional legal education in the UK, Birmingham Law School offers a dynamic approach to your professional and academic legal studies. The Birmingham LLB allows you opportunities to focus your future through one of the largest ranges of optional modules in any UK Law School, taught by world-leading academics and professional experts in their fields.
Discover Birmingham’s Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research (CEPLER), home of our award-winning student-led Pro Bono Group where students have the opportunity to join over 10 different legal pro bono projects including free legal advice, legal technology and working with the Environmental Law Foundation.
Birmingham Law School sits at the heart of a world-top 100 University, delivering an internationally renowned legal education. The LLB is not only a gateway to the legal profession, but an excellent foundation for a diverse range of careers including politics, policy and business, providing you with the skills needed for an international future.
Our flagship qualifying law degrees:
LLB International Law and Globalisation
LLB Law with Business
LLB Law with Criminology
LLB Law with French Law
LLB Law with German Law
LLB Law for Graduates (2 year)