Prepare for your legal career in Leeds – one of the UK's major legal centres. We offer two pathways: Law, and Criminology and Law. The Leeds Trinity University Law programme is a fully qualifying law degree, which means you'll complete the first stage of training for your career as a barrister or solicitor. The Criminology and Law programme focuses on criminal justice, preparing you for a career in a wide range of paralegal and social services.
You'll learn in small groups, receiving the personal student support that Leeds Trinity is renowned for. This will help you acquire legal knowledge and understanding, but also the legal mind-set that will help you apply that knowledge effectively and accurately when you analyse contemporary case studies.
Undergraduate Law courses:
Legal Studies Foundation Year:
If you have the capacity to undertake degree-level study, but may not have the required entry requirements to do so, Leeds Trinity offers you an alternative way in to university with our Foundation Year degrees. This initial one-year period of study allows you to develop your academic skills and confidence through undertaking four 30-credit 'Level 0' modules before progressing on to three years of undergraduate study.
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Professional legal experience is at the heart of our Law degrees. You'll complete professional work placements in your first and second years, as well as getting the opportunity to complete a third placement in your final year. These will give you excellent opportunities to build your portfolio of legal experience, as well as useful contacts, without having to take a sandwich year.
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