All of the undergraduate Law degrees offered at Queen’s are recognised as qualifying law degrees, which means that they are accredited by legal professional bodies in England and Wales and Northern Ireland. The Senior Status degree is particularly popular with Canadians as it allows graduates to qualify with a law degree in only 2 years.
Students will have the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge in core legal subjects as well as real-world skills that they will be able to utilise in future employment.
The course outline is as follows:
• Legal Methods and Skills
• Constitutional Law in Context
• European Constitutional Law
• Criminal Law
• Rights and Accountability
• European Internal Market Law
• Contemporary Issues in Property Law
• Land Law
In place of the Evidence course, students can, if they wish, study one of our optional courses.
In 2017/18 these include;
• Contemporary Issues in British and Irish Human Rights
• Criminal Liability
• Employment Law
• Environmental Law
• Financial Law
• Intellectual Property Law
• Regulating Commercial Sex
• Research Project B (Dissertation)
• Reshaping the NI Constitution: The Transition from Conflict to Consensus
•Trade Marks, Merchandising and Unfair Competition
Queen's University Belfast is committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
For more information please read our Equality and Diversity Policy.
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