LLB (Hons) Law with Legal Innovation and Technology*
|Award||LLB (Hons) Law with Legal Innovation and Technology*|
|Duration||3 Years (full-time) / 4 Years (with foundation year)|
|Next Start||16 September 2019|
|Course Fees 2018||£9,250 (UK/EU) / £13,500 (International)|
*Subject to approval
Our LLB (Hons) with Legal Innovation and Technology is a qualifying law degree. It is aimed at students who wish to pursue a career in the legal or wider commercial sector and who have an interest in 21st century legal practise.
In addition to studying key legal topics, you will also study modules on Legal Innnovation and Legal Technology. The course covers area of law such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, marketing, business psychology, and process analysis.
As with all our LLBs, this programme has a practical focus with the skills you need for your career embedded into the course. There is a high level of face-to-face tuition, with experienced tutors.
With Foundation Year
Locations London Bloomsbury
UCAS Code MG12
The first year is a Foundation year, which focuses on developing an understanding of the legal sector and the key skills required to undertake the LLB (Hons) Law Degree. The subsequent three years then follow our full-time course.
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You'll study a total of 18 modules, six modules in each year of the course. This ensures you get a firm grounding in legal areas, but also gives you choices so you can develop your knowledge and skills to suit your career aims. Modules for the optional foundation year are also shown below.
In Semester 2 of Years 2 and 3 you choose three options from the modules listed below and you must select at least one law module and at least four Legal Innovation and Technology modules over Years 2 and 3.
Each single taught law module consists of face-to-face tuition in 11 large groups and 11 two-hour face-to-face sessions in small group workshops.
|Foundation Year||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
Introduction to Legal Personnel and Principles
Academic and Report Writing
Introduction to Marketing
Citizenship and the Law
Academic & Professional Skills
Common Law Methods & Ethics
The Law of Contract
The Law of Tort
Law of Organisations
Equity & Trusts
|Optional Law Modules*||
Access to Justice & Legal Services
A Research Project (double module)
Access to Justice & Legal Services
Canadian Constitutional Law**
Companies: Governance, Tax &Insolvency
Criminal Litigation & Evidence
Foundations of Canadian Law**
Wills & Succession
Optional Legal Innovation and Technology Modules*
Legal Innovation and Technology
Legal Practise in the 21st Century
Legal Innovation and Entrepreneurship
*All options are indicative and subject to numbers. Some courses are offered in several years, but may be taken only once.
** London only.
Each year is made up of two semesters consisting of 12 teaching weeks and one week consolidation/revision and two weeks to complete assessments. You will study a total of 18 modules over the three years of the course.
- Year 1: 31 study weeks including a one-week induction
- Year 2: 30 study weeks
- Year 3: 30 study weeks
Assessments are spread out throughout the duration of the course, rather than having lots of exams at the end of the year. This means at the end of each semester, you have a revision/consolidation week followed by two weeks for assessment in each module.
Method of assessment
Throughout the course you are assessed by a variety of different assessment methods to enable you to demonstrate the development of your knowledge and skills throughout the programme. The methods of assessment include:
Examinations – two hours, ten multiple choice questions and a choice of two from six long form questions.
Coursework – essay, project report or portfolio.
The range of assessment methods reflects the practical nature of the programme and aligns the assessment with the learning outcomes of the programme. A mock assessment is included.
Your degree classification
You must pass each module to be awarded your LLB (Hons) Law Degree. The pass mark for each subject is 40%.
In calculating the overall average, for purposes of deciding the degree classification, the assessments are weighted as below.
|Weighted average||Degree classification|
|70% and above||1|
UK/EU Course Fee per year
International course fees per year