Law Undergraduate Programmes
The Faculty of Law offers a number of different programmes at undergraduate level. Our full-time degree programmes allow a choice from a three-year BCL to one of our four-year specialist BCL degrees (BCL Law and French, BCL Law and Irish, BCL Clinical or BCL International). We also offer a four-year part-time BCL programme, the Evening BCL, which incorporates the option of graduating with a Diploma in Law after two years.
For visiting students from our partner universities in Europe, there is the Diploma in Common Law.
And through the Centre for Adult and Continuing Education, there is the Certificate in Legal Studies, a level 6 introductory programme to the study of law.
Please click on the links below to read more about them.
- Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) Degree
- BCL (Law and French)
- BCL (Law and Irish)
- BCL (International)
- BCL (Clinical)
- Evening BCL Degree
For visiting student from our partner universities in Europe, there is the Diploma in Common Law, and for those from non-EU countries, the .
And last but not least, there is the (NFQ level 6) Certificate in Legal Studies, offered through the Centre for Adult and Continuing Education.
Law Postgraduate Programmes
The Law Faculty offers a number of postgraduate options both research and taught.
Research options include:
Taught options include:
CPDs, Summer Programmes and other
The Department of Law also offers a range of CPD (Continuing Professional Development) events such as conferences and symposia. Information on these can be seen on our Events page.
Additionally, we have the eLaw Summer Institute, which has been running here in conjunction with the University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly the Franklin Pierce Law Center) for seven successful years now.