Successful learning requires a thorough understanding of what you are going to learn. If you study for an LLB with UOL, you will have to study some of these modules. Take a look at what you will learn from these modules before making your choice.
This module introduces the English legal system and conveys what is distinctive about the common law approach as a legal methodology.
This module introduces you to the principles of contract at common law and in equity and helps you to understand how these principles are applied to agreements.
This module examines general principles of criminal liability, a range of fatal and non-fatal offences against the person and selected offences against property. It also looks at attempts to commit offences, secondary liability and defences.
This module trains you to analyse key issues governing the relation between citizens and the state, including sovereignty and the division of powers between legislature, executive and administration.
This module encompasses a hugely expanding field, with its core purpose to ensure that any decisions or actions taken by government are lawful and, when they are not, to provide redress for grievances.
This module centres on the various interests that can exist in land, the principles governing the creation, transfer and extinction of these interests.
This module will introduce you to the organising principles of tort law, such as damage, fault and vicarious liability.
This module will appeal to students who enjoy public law or who have an interest in public affairs, politics, economics or international relations of the EU.
This module deals with the rules and principles governing the creation and operation of trusts – a particular method of holding property.
The law of evidence governs what evidence may be presented and contested in the courtroom, techniques for eliciting evidence and the role of the lawyers, jury and judge in an adversarial system.
This module is highly relevant to every member of society. You will learn how marriage, divorce and the legal status of offspring are intertwined with questions of financial provision, child welfare and wider public policy issues.
Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
Jurisprudence poses the fundamental questions about the nature of law, its place in society and how a legal system operates as a system of rules and as a social institution engaging with ideals of justice and often conflicting moral codes.
This module focuses on the procedural rules and processes that govern the conduct of criminal and civil legal actions.
This is a vital module for anyone intending to operate in a commercial field, the syllabus centres on the way the law regulates companies and the facilities that company law offers, such as limited liability and transferability of shares, as well as corresponding burdens such as duties of disclosure and compliance with statutory procedures.