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From the study of murder and the understanding of crime, through to the complexity of business and regulation, you'll investigate the rules and principles which impact society and social order.
Students will have the opportunity to develop an understanding of how the law deals with accidents and contractual disputes, the sale and acquisition of property, the management of trusts and wealth through to the organisation of the state and constitutional powers.
Studying one of our undergraduate or postgraduate law courses also allows for specialisation into areas such as criminology, family law, employment and equality law, environmental law, and more.
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Jake Edwards, Law LLB (Hons) alumnus speaks about his career journey since graduating
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Put legal theory into practice in our purpose-built mock courtrooms
This work experience may link to your course, or it could be in a broader field. Alongside your studies, it will give you the best possible mix of knowledge and practical understanding.
We take the challenge of work experience very seriously. Combined with academic study, students will be able practise interview, negotiation and advocacy skills within their modules as well as problem-solving, presentation and communication skills. All courses require students to reflect on the value of work experience and we offer a range of in-house work experience opportunities to every student.
You'll also have the opportunity to participate in:
Topical comment on legal issues, sometimes controversial, always interesting.
Our law qualifications don't just put you on the pathway to becoming a successful solicitor or barrister.
Graduates from our undergraduate degrees can progress directly to the Legal Practice Course (LPC) - the vocational stage of becoming a solicitor, or take the barristers' Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC). It's also an excellent qualification for a range of careers, including paralegal and legal executive work, education, business, management and HR.
Our courses offer fantastic employability opportunities - 2013-14 statistics indicate that 89% of our students are in employment or further study 6 months after graduating.
Our courses are designed to lead into the following job roles:
They include real-life scenarios and high-profile cases. We also get to practice our skills in the University's mock courtrooms. Through skills I picked up at the careers days, I was confident enough to approach several law firms for placements. I worked in Chambers in both Stoke and Nottingham and shadowed a judge in Walsall. The experience was incredible.
I gained the academic knowledge, skills and abilities to make me employable. I've now managed to break into the profession I was aiming for, working with the Home Office for UK Border Control, and managing a team responsible for the improvement of the asylum seeker, immigration and entry clearance appeals process.
I have worked for Derbyshire Constabulary before becoming Head of the Roads Policing Unit and Detective Inspector for Derby City Centre.
My areas of expertise were homicide investigation, suspicious deaths and Criminal Justice.
I studied English at the University of Cambridge before deciding to pursue a career in Law. I was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1994 and practised as a Barrister specialising in Family and Criminal Law. I am a qualified and experienced teacher in both maintained schools and the Higher Education sector.
Having started life as an apprentice engineer, I moved into Policing in my mid-twenties. I served with West Midlands Police and the National Crime Squad and became a specialist in pro-active paedophile investigation.
Following retirement, I worked for the Ministry of Justice until I was offered a position in Staffs Law department in May 2016.
I graduated in Law from University College Cork in 1995 and worked in three Law firms, before becoming a lecturer. I came to Staffordshire University in 2016 and become Course Leader for the LLB (Hons) Law (3 Year) and LLB (Hons) Law (with a foundation year) a year later.
My areas of expertise are Constitutional Law, Human Rights Law and European Union Law.
After graduating, Jamie pursued the Bar Professional Training Course and subsequently secured a pupillage. His ultimate ambition is to be a district judge.
Annemarie’s work for Staffordshire County Council began during her studies. She’s now with them as a Chartered Legal Executive on her way to a Master’s degree.
Fayyaz was the first Asian blind Barrister in the UK and is now a judge presiding over some of the most serious family cases in the legal system.
Law School alumni Mark started his own internet venture and has turned it into an international, multimillion pound search and web development business.
Del supports adults in prisons as an Offender Learning Lecturer after a placement during his PGCE gave him a taste for the often difficult, but rewarding work.
Kulwant, an attorney and lawyer, completed his second LLM with us. He is growing his practice, and has published a book to help other aspiring law graduates.
Nigel, Honorary Doctor of Staffordshire University, is Senior Coroner for Manchester, and former Coroner for Plymouth, completing over 10,000 inquests to date.
Simon Cohen is the Chief Executive of the most successful English rugby union club, the Leicester Tigers.
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