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The discipline of law is broad and full of history. Students of law study the rules put in place by a society to govern human behavior. Law has many sub-fields, and it is a good idea for future law students to have a specialty of interest in mind before matriculating.

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King’s College London

Take your career to that next level by enrolling in this specialised distance learning programme. You will gain new skills, a respected degree and further your career – a ... [+]

Take your career to that next level by enrolling in this specialised distance learning programme.

You will gain new skills, a respected degree and further your career – all in just eight months and without interrupting your employment.

98% satisfaction rate

In 2015 this programme received an overall satisfaction rate of 98% from the students in the PTES survey. This compares with an average of 85% across the Russell Group (the association of 24 public research universities grouped together for their academic excellence).

Rated top in the UK

The centre which runs this programme (the Dickson Poon School of Law at King's College London) was rated top in the UK for world-leading research by the Research Excellence Framework 2014.... [-]

United Kingdom London
October 2019
Part-time
8 months
Online
SOAS University of London

The MRes in Law aims to provide students with advanced skills in legal research, the ability to undertake high level analysis of law and legal issues with a focus on area ... [+]

MRes in Law

Duration: One calendar year

Minimum Entry Requirements: The qualification for entry is normally a first or upper-second class honors degree (or equivalent) in law or the social sciences, and preferably a demonstrable interest in research and research methods. Work and other experience may be taken into account. Students whose first degree is not the law will be required to take the Preliminary Law, Legal Reasoning, and Legal Methods module.

Start of programme: September intake only

Mode of Attendance: Full-Time

The MRes in Law aims to provide students with advanced skills in legal research, the ability to undertake high level analysis of law and legal issues with a focus on areas of research specific to the School of Law at SOAS, a grasp of the research methods that underpin the discipline and its place in the humanities and the social sciences, a grounding in legal research methods, and the ethics of legal research. The MRes in Law is especially suited to candidates who wish to undertake a Ph.D. or professional research in law. It prepares students to undertake high-quality research.... [-]

United Kingdom London
September 2019
Full-time
1 year
Campus
University of Westminster

This course gives you both a Qualifying Law Degree and the Legal Practice Course (LPC). The course is geared to professional practice, and you can start your training to ... [+]

Masters in Law in England in United Kingdom. Course summary This course gives you both a Qualifying Law Degree and the Legal Practice Course (LPC). The course is geared to professional practice, and you can start your training to become a solicitor as soon as you graduate. From the start of the course, you will be given an introduction to the skills required by lawyers. This prepares you for the clinical experience in Years 3 and 4, where you will work with real clients on real cases, offering you invaluable experience which will make you more attractive to future employers. Fees are consistent throughout rather than increasing at the LPC stage, so the course offers a more accessible route to becoming a solicitor. On completion, you will carry out a period of work-based learning (currently called a training contract) under the supervision of a solicitor. Students completing the course, or those choosing to leave with a Qualifying Law Degree after three years, can also begin to train as a barrister. The general ethos of the course is one of integration of the academic and practical. In Years 1 and 2 you will cover the same core subjects as you would on a Qualifying Law Degree. Alongside these subjects you will study two modules, Legal Systems and Skills and 21st Century Law and Skills, which have been specifically designed for this course. In Year 3 you will build on the foundations provided in these preparatory skills modules to work on real... [-]
United Kingdom London
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus