University of Lincoln offering qualifying law degrees recognised in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

The University of Lincoln (Hebrew: אוניברסיטת לינקולן ; Latin: Universitas Lindum Colonia) is an English university in Lincolnshire whose origins can be traced back to the 19th century. Originally founded in 1861 as the Hull School of Art, the University of Lincoln proper (in its current form) is a relatively modern 21st century development.

The founding of the Brayford Campus in 1996 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, further revitalised and elevated the cathedral city of Lincoln. The Independent describes the university as "the best thing to happen to Lincoln since the Romans".

The main campus is primarily based in Brayford Pool area, in the city of Lincoln but has campuses in Riseholme, Holbeach and Hull.

The University of Lincoln's official crest bears the head of Minerva, the Ancient Roman goddess of wisdom and knowledge. Although the Goddess' Etruscan origin has long been a subject of fierce debate among historians, it is however the Roman rendition of Minerva that has been incorporated in the crest as a testament to the City of Lincoln's rich and glorious history of Roman association, traditions and cultures that date all the way back to the 1st Century AD.

Lincoln University

There are four faculties of study:

1) Art, Architecture & Design
  • Lincoln School of Art & Design
  • Lincoln School of Architecture


2) Business & Law
  • Lincoln Business School
  • Lincoln Law School
  • Hull Centre for Management Development
  • Centre for Management and Business Research


3) Health, Life & Social Sciences
  • Department of Biological Sciences
  • Department of Forensic & Biomedical Sciences
  • Department of Policy Studies
  • Department of Psychology
  • Department of Sport, Coaching & Exercise Science
  • Centre for Clinical and Academic Workforce Innovation (CCAWI)
  • Lincoln School of Health and Social Care
  • Hull School of Health and Social Care


4) Media, Humanities & Technology
  • Department of Computing and Informatics
  • Department of Humanities
  • Department of Media Production
  • Lincoln School of Performing Arts
  • Lincoln School of Journalism


And several extra-faculty academic departments:
  • Riseholme College
  • The Centre for Health Improvement and Leadership in Lincoln (CHILL)
  • The Centre for Education Research & Development (CERD)
  • The School of Theology & Ministry Studies


The Lincoln Law School

The Lincoln Law School is part of the Faculty of Business and Law, along with the Lincoln Business School. We are based on the Main Brayford campus overlooking the waterfront.

The Lincoln Law School provides both LLB and joint honours degrees. All of its Law degrees are qualifying degrees recognised by the Law Society and the Bar Council. It also currently offers an LLM Programme in European Law. The department enjoys excellent support from the legal professions in the region and there is a lively programme of activities in addition to formal programmes of study.

Law offers a demanding programme which aims at enabling students to achieve their full academic potential, producing graduates who are thoughtful and persuasive individuals.

Courses

Undergraduate Courses

Law LLB - Lincoln
The LLB (Hons) Law from Lincoln Law School is a three year qualifying law degree which gives students a grounding in the topics of law study.

Law and Criminology LLB - Lincoln
The LLB (Hons) in Law and Criminology programme entails, in part, students studying the Foundation Subjects required by the professions and in part by the development of a portfolio of criminology modules.

Law and Finance LLB - Lincoln
The LLB (Hons) in Law and Finance programme entails, in part, students studying the Foundation Subjects required by the professions and in part by the development of a portfolio of Finance modules.

Law and Politics LLB - Lincoln
The LLB (Hons) in Law and Politics programme entails, in part, students studying the Foundation Subjects required by the professions and in part by the development of a portfolio of politics modules.

Legal and Administration Studies BA (Hons) - Lincoln
The Bachelor of Arts with Honours (BA Hons) in Legal and Administrative Studies is a one year programme of study for students who have already successfully completed a programme of at least two years of study in an institution of higher education. It is designed to provide students with an understanding of the content and nature of legal rules pertaining to a system of law distinctive from that of their own home country.

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Undergraduate Courses

Postgraduate Courses

European Law LL.M - Lincoln
The LLM is offered to those who wish to enhance their knowledge in the area of European Law and gain a further academic qualification.

International and European Law LL.M - Lincoln
The LLM programme in International and European Law is distinctive as it includes the investigation and evaluation of contemporary issues such as the development of legislation to protect the human rights of individuals and groups.

Law Graduate Diploma - Lincoln
This course is designed for non-law graduates (and equivalent) who wish to enter the legal profession as solicitors or barristers or who wish to obtain a graduate legal qualification to assist them in other careers.

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Postgraduate Courses
Contact

Lincoln Law School
University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool
Lincoln
LN6 7TS
UK

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