Required pre-course study
The Law & Constitution module requires 40-50 hours of pre-course study in Legal Method, through guided module units with all materials provided online.
The modules you’ll study during the course are:
- Law & Constitution (including EU Law) (15 credits)
- Tort Law (15 credits)
- Contract Law (15 credits)
- Criminal Law (15 credits)
- Public & Administrative Law (including Human Rights) (15 credits)
- Land Law (15 credits)
- Trusts (15 credits)
- Law of Organisations (15 credits)
- Skills & Behaviours (non-credit-bearing)
SQE1 (60 credits):
- Functioning Legal Knowledge (FLK) 1 (Business, Legal Services, Dispute Resolution)
- Functioning Legal Knowledge (FLK) 2 (Property Law and Practice, Wills, Solicitors’ Accounts, Criminal Practice)
- This course develops the key intellectual and personal skills required by lawyers, alongside skills required to pass professional examinations for qualification as a solicitor.
- All modules focus on combining knowledge and understanding of core areas of law with the ability to analyse, evaluate and form critical judgements about the law. Study is centred on practical activities that enable students to learn by doing. Workshops involve students completing further practice based tasks, including an application of FLK to Single Best Answer Questions (SBAQs).
- Alongside academic modules, students will engage in a Skills and Behaviours module, allowing you to recognise and develop key professional and personal attributes necessary to thrive as a lawyer in a work environment, and to manage your career.
- The SQE1 Preparation Course will also prepare you for the SQE1 assessments, which will test your FLK.