Humanities & Social Science,
CourseLaw, Human Rights and Social Justice LLB (Hons)
Full-time | Four years with a placement option
Our Law, Human Rights and Social Justice LLB course is a qualifying law degree, meaning you will cover all the core law content required by the Bar Standards Board and the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
You will learn how individuals are protected with regard to issues such as housing and homelessness. You’ll also develop firm knowledge of the foundations of European Human Rights Law and an introduction to international human rights law regime. In your final year you will discover how the law can help people overcome obstacles to accessing education or health care, in the UK and other countries.
The topics that you will explore in the field of human rights and social justice which will prepare you for a diverse range of careers, such as housing, immigration, social welfare, the charity sector and the voluntary sector.
Explore specialised areas of law such as Law of Tort, Public Law of Consumer Protection, and advanced Criminal Law.
Experience our fantastic dedicated law environment including a mock court room, client interviewing room and an integrated law library.
Get involved with our international experience programme DMU Global to gain real-world experiences to support your learning, such as trips to the Supreme Court. Previously, Law students have been on trips include Berlin, Toronto and Doha.
Increase your commercial awareness and employability through DMU projects, such as the DMU Legal Advice Centre, the Careers Project, Street Law, DMU Law Society, client interviewing and mooting to ensure you are well equipped for a range of career paths or further study.
The DMU Works programme will help you prepare for various career paths with local, national and global companies. Students have landed roles with Toyota, PepsiCo, Hewlett-Packard, The Walt Disney Company and the NHS.