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The JD is a first professional degree required for licensure in the field of law. The programme delivers a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD) to graduates in a discipline other than Law. The JD is taught at doctoral level via intensive, small-group teaching and includes multiple research-focused activities.
This programme is taught at the doctoral level and includes multiple research-focused activities. In addition to the compulsory taught modules, students are required to complete a research portfolio and a dissertation. Students take ten compulsory taught modules:
• Legal Methods and Skills
• Contract Law
• Tort Law
Law Year 2
• Equity and Trusts
• Constitutional and Administrative Law
• European Law
• Criminal Law
• Research Methodologies
• Research Design
The third year of the programme consists of a Dissertation and taught modules from the wide selection of existing postgraduate modules in the School.
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