Humanities & Social Science,
CourseBusiness Law LLB (Hons)
Full-time | Four years with a placement option
The Business Law LLB at DMU allows you to focus on all aspects of business and commercial law. You can specialise in areas including international trade law, competition law and company law, giving you the breadth of knowledge you need to start your career as a business legal professional.
In the first year you will study four core modules to give you a strong foundation in law. In years two and three you are free to select the modules that reflect your own interests and career aims, although certain modules are compulsory if you want to achieve qualifying status.
This is a qualifying law degree with full exemptions from the academic stage of the professional qualification for solicitors and barristers.
You will study in our fantastic dedicated law environment, which includes a mock courtroom, client interviewing room and an integrated law library all based in the Hugh Aston building.
Enhance your understanding of Law through activities available such as DMU Legal Advice Centre, the Careers Project, Street Law, DMU Law Society, Black Lawyer’s Society, client interviewing and mooting which will enhance your employability, ensuring you are well equipped for a range of career paths or further study.
Enjoy an international experience linked directly to your studies through our DMU Global programme – recent trips have seen students visit New York, Berlin, Toronto and Doha. Students visited key institutions in New York to gain valuable insights into the American justice system this involved a tour of the iconic Supreme Civil Court.
Our DMU Works team offer support to help you gain the skills and qualities that today’s employers are looking for through placement opportunities with local, national and global companies. Past students have successfully been placed at Toyota, PepsiCo, Hewlett-Packard, The Walt Disney Company and the NHS.
Our graduates have gone on to secure roles working for a variety of nationally renowned organisations and law firms, including the Ministry of Justice, Bond Adams Solicitors, Spearing Waite LLP, and British Gas.