Our degree courses include the LLB and a variety of BA degrees which offer you the opportunity to combine core legal subjects with some modules in non-law areas.
Teaching is primarily by lecture and tutorial class, but some modules are taught by discussion groups and seminars. Students can also take part in our Skillegal Programme, which is a series of workshops on skills such as presentation, communication and negotiation.
Our graduates are highly sought after by employers and retain strong affection for the school and University. We are confident that you will enjoy studying law and experiencing university life here at Nottingham.
View our course entry pages on the University prospectus:
Study abroad options
We also have a variety of study abroad options. Students on the BA or LLB Law degree courses can apply to transfer to one of our four-year law degree programmes. The practice is to transfer a select number of students who have successfully completed their first year of study. If you are successful, you will spend your third year studying at an overseas university. The courses available are:
Qualifying for professional practice
All our degrees are Qualifying Law Degrees allowing exemption from the whole of the Common Professional Examination (CPE)/Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) of the Law Society and the Bar.
Graduates wishing to qualify as barristers or solicitors may proceed directly to the vocational stage of legal training - for solicitors, the Legal Practice Course, and for barristers, the Bar Professional Training Course.
A number of institutions offering these courses guarantee a place for Nottingham graduates with at least a 2:2 degree.
Law graduates from The University of Nottingham may be eligible to practise overseas including in Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Singapore, where admission to the Bar (or equivalent) can be attained subject to meeting the jurisdictions' conditions. View further details.
A Q-Step ahead
We are one of 18 institutions in the UK to have been selected to participate in the Q-Step programme, in recognition of our commitment to developing students' quantitative expertise. This national initiative is designed to help provide the next generation of social scientists with the evaluative and analytical skills required to examine data, as well as enhancing their career prospects.
A specially designed Quantitative Methods pathway is available on our BA Law.
How to apply
If you're applying for admission to a full-time first degree course (even if you already hold a degree), you must apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Find out more about the process on our Applying webpages.