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LLB (Hons) Law (accelerated)

Our LLB (Hons) graduates continue to assume the role of lawyers, attorneys, legal professionals and licensed legal executives. They work in private practice, in the public prosecutor's office, in courts, legal centers, in the police service, as well as in local and national authorities.

Completing the LLB means the end of the academic phase of your training. To become a lawyer or attorney, you need to continue the professional phase of your education:

  • If you want to become a lawyer, you must complete the Legal Practice Course (LPC). Our graduates are in great demand with law firms for their practical skills backed by academic rigor. At Derby we now offer the LLM LPC, which equips you with both a Master’s qualification and the LPC.
  • If you want to become a lawyer, you must complete a one-year full-time or two-year part-time Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC). Our students are particularly successful in attracting significant scholarships to the BPTC, which is a testament to the caliber of teaching we offer. Note: We do not offer BPTC training at the University of Derby.

Even if you don't want to become a lawyer, the LLB acts as a springboard for careers in other areas. Legal skills ensure you can strategically contribute in many professions, including civil service, investment banking, management and tax advice, compliance, insurance, human resources, politics, urban planning, construction, publishing, and education . They are also helpful when you want to start your own business.