Law and criminology
Law impacts all of our lives, from domestic issues to social injustices, it has a direct influence on our global decision making and shapes the world around us. Studying law or criminology requires students to possess a varied set of skills, which you will build upon as you engage in debate, think analytically and confront challenging perspectives.
Why choose this subject area?
- You will benefit from our purpose built Law Court Building which includes a mock court room.
- We have strong links with industry, including leading law firms, barristers' chambers, international mediators, PCCs, Magistrate and Crown Courts, prisons and voluntary sectors.
- You will have opportunities to take part in a wide range of co-curricular courses in areas including mooting, trial advocacy, mediation, debating and restorative justice.
- If you take one of our LLB or Criminal Justice and Criminology courses, you will also have the opportunity to work with solicitors on pro bono activities, providing legal advice to members of the public.
- Flexible start dates available. Apply now for January and September 2021 entry.
Hertfordshire Law School's 40th anniversary
2020 marks the 40th Anniversary of Hertfordshire Law School at the University of Hertfordshire.
Our approach to teaching, and the experience we offer students has evolved significantly since 1980 and we are proud of our reputation for being forward thinking, innovative, and responsive to the world around us.
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|Course title||UCAS entry tariff||UCAS code|
|BA (Hons) Criminal Justice and Criminology||112||M211|
|Bachelor of Laws LLB (Hons)||112||M100|
|Bachelor of Laws LLB (Hons) (Accelerated)||120||M101|
|LLB Extended Degree (Initial Year)||48||M102|