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Undergraduate Courses Course UCAS Code Qualification Duration Law (Major) with Spanish M2R4 Bachelor of Laws 4 years Description
This is a fully integrated programme between Law and Spanish. You will study the Law of Northern Ireland as well as aspects of Spanish Law. The degree includes a year abroad which provides a unique opportunity for linguistic development. In a globalised workforce proficiency in an additional language, together with the experience of studying abroad, significantly enhances your employability.
Law (Major) with Politics M1L2 Bachelor of Laws 3 years Description
As a joint honours programme, Law with Politics offers students the chance to study for a Qualifying Law Degree whilst also engaging with research in areas such as conflict, co-operation, power and decision making, the result being a highly nuanced degree option. The close relationship with the regional political infrastructure in Northern Ireland creates a unique environment for students to engage...
Law (Major) with French M2R1 Bachelor of Laws 4 years Description
This is a fully integrated programme between Law and French. You will study the Law of Northern Ireland as well as aspects of French Law. The degree includes a year abroad which provides a unique opportunity for linguistic development. In a globalised workforce proficiency in an additional language, together with the experience of studying abroad, significantly enhances your employability.
Law M100 Bachelor of Laws 3 years Description
Law looks at the relationships, interactions and transactions between individuals, government and state at a local, regional, national and international level. With a broad focus and application, the law degree encompasses private and public law alongside wider socio-legal perspectives. You will study key aspects of the law and develop a wide range of transferable skills, relevant to your future career...
Law Senior Status M101 Bachelor of Laws 2 years Description
This graduate entry accelerated law degree offers students the opportunity to study in two years the courses required to allow them to progress to the next stage of their legal education. This degree programme attracts students from the UK, Ireland and North America creating a cosmopolitan learning environment. Students benefit from studying law in one of the oldest and most prestigious Law Schools...
Postgraduate Taught Courses Course Qualification Duration Law Master of Laws 1 year Description
The LLM (Law) provides ambitious graduates with a highly flexible approach to advanced legal studies, focused on the School of Law's specialisms in criminal justice, European law, public and environmental governance, human rights and international business. The programme reflects the School’s global orientation and its culture of critical enquiry and as such we encourage you to devise the pathway....
International Commercial and Business Law Master of Laws 2 years Description
The LLM International Commercial and Business Law is designed as a research-led programme for graduates from law and related disciplines who aim to specialise in commercial law, international trade and cross-border business transactions from a socio-legal perspective. It will help you understand and master the highly dynamic and complex legal and regulatory regimes governing international business....
Masters in Law Masters in Law 4 years Description
The Masters in Law (MLaw) is an accelerated two-year, full-time (or four-year part-time) postgraduate degree in law. It is designed for graduates in a discipline other than Law who wish to obtain a Law degree for professional practice for England & Wales and Northern Ireland or in aid of other career goals. The MLaw is recognised by the Law Society and the Bar Council as a qualifying law degree....
Law and Technology Master of Laws 2 years Description
This advanced programme helps students gain a deep appreciation of how law interacts with technological innovation. What social challenges are posed by technological change? How does law address those challenges? And what impact does technological innovation have on the practice of law? Drawing on the School of Law’s substantial profile in technology, e-governance, intellectual property and innovation,....
Criminology and Criminal Justice Master of Laws 2 years Description
This exciting, stimulating and topical postgraduate degree programme in Criminology and Criminal Justice is taught by internationally-recognised scholars and researchers who offer students a wide introduction to the study of crime and criminal justice in contemporary society. Staff members have strong links with local criminal justice agencies and community organisations as well as extensive comparative....
International Human Rights Law Master of Laws 1 year Description
The protection of human rights at the international and national levels is a relatively new branch of law. There has been a huge growth in the number and variety of human rights standards set out in international treaties, in national constitutions and so-called 'soft-law' documents.These standards are not always fully implemented and the mechanisms for trying to get them implemented are sometimes....
Intellectual Property Law Master of Laws 1 year Description
The LLM in Intellectual Property Law at the School of Law, Queen's University Belfast, is an innovative programme that offers a unique focus on the intersection of globalisation, creative industries, health and life sciences, new technological challenges, and fundamental rights in the field of intellectual property law. The programme will provide students with a general overview of IP law through three....
Postgraduate Research Courses Course Qualification Duration Law MPhil 4 (Part Time) / 2 Calendar Years (Full Time) Description
The School of Law at Queen’s has over 100 years of achievement in both education and research. We are ranked as a leading centre for legal research in the UK, and our academics are recognised experts at home and abroad.
We offer MPhil supervision across the legal field, supporting a range of approaches, from the doctrinal to the socio-legal, comparative, criminological and critical.
Law PhD 6 Calendar Years (Part Time) / 3 Calendar Years (Full Time) Description
The School of Law has over 100 years of achievement in both education and research. We are ranked as a leading centre for legal research in the UK, and our academics are recognised experts at home and abroad.
We offer PhD supervision across the legal field, supporting a range of approaches, from the doctrinal to the sociolegal, comparative, criminological and critical.
Students obtaining a qualifying law degree (QLD) from Queen's University Belfast have various pathways to qualify as legal professionals in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.Pathways to Qualification
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Queen's University provides students with the opportunity to study in a Russell Group accredited institution, on a personal level with esteemed academics. The teaching staff go above and beyond to ensure a high level of module and pastoral support for everyone. Kristian McCartney
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Many of our courses offer the opportunity to take part in overseas exchanges with partner universities in Europe, North America and China. There are opportunities to study or work abroad, supported by schemes such as Erasmus and Study USA. This can significantly enhance the employability of students and the global opportunities open to them.
The £20m Law School at Queen’s offers students access to world-class facilities such as a fully interactive Moot Court room, various seminar rooms and a Wellbeing room.
Students can join a number of student-led initiatives within the School including the Law Society, the ADR Society and the Street Law Project. Other initiatives include the Queen’s Student Law Journal and the Mooting Society.