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The twelve undergraduate courses provided by the School of Law are designed to facilitate a knowledge and understanding of legal principles and an understanding of the operation of law in society.
They are of value not only to those who intend to enter the legal profession, but also to the many law students who intend to enter a wide variety of other occupations.
The Masters degrees offered within the School of Law have proved immensely popular since their inception in 1987. A diverse range of rigourous and stimulating courses constantly evolves in response to major world developments.
The School offers the opportunity to read for research degrees in most areas of the law, supervised by staff with a broad range of legal expertise.
Law graduates generally go onto pursue a career in the legal profession by training to qualify as either a solicitor or barrister. However, a law degree can also open up many other opportunities to fulfil roles in a non-legal profession, such as investment banking or public relations. Graduates can also go onto continue their education and pursue a research-based career.
Learn more about career opportunities in Law and what help the University’s Careers Service can offer.
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Nottingham NG7 2RD
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