The GDL is a conversion course which gives non-law graduates or those with an overseas law degree an opportunity to pursue a career in law. It provides a rigorous and challenging learning experience, which is commended by employers. On successful completion of the GDL students can progress to the vocational stage of training in the UK; either the Legal Practice Course (LPC), for those wishing to become a solicitor, or the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) for barristers.
Our aim is to consolidate and enhance your intellectual capability for independent learning through legal research, reasoning and argument. You will acquire valuable transferable skills including oral/written communication, group-work, advocacy, interviewing and negotiation, critical thinking and e-presentations.
The GDL is a one year full-time course or two year part-time course.
- Criminal Law
- Tort Law
- Land Law
- Constitutional Law
- Foundations of European Union Law
- Contract Law
- Equity and Trusts
- Independent Legal Research Project
- Lawyers Skills
Follow this link for more information on the programme structure: https://www.uclan.ac.uk/courses/graduate_diploma_law.php
Applicants must hold a degree in any subject from a recognised institution. Applicants who are not graduates may still be considered and will be called for an interview to assess their ability to meet the entry requirement.
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