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

    Middlesex University is a university in north London, England, located in the historic county boundaries of Middlesex (from which it takes its name).

    Schools of Middlesex University

    Middlesex University is divided into four Schools:
    • School of Arts and Education
    • Business School, (famous for Professor John Grahl's work)
    • School of Engineering & Information Sciences
    • School of Health and Social Sciences


    Students

    Middlesex University has a very diverse student body, around 22,000 strong, many of whom are mature students. Around 5,000 students are from overseas, coming from more than 100 countries (2004). The application/places ratio is 6.1:1 (2002). The University also has student exchange links with 100 colleges and universities around the world.

    Middlesex University in London > Home

    About the Business School

    Middlesex University Business School is characterised by a history of innovation – starting with our pioneering approach to business studies in the 1960s.

    Our campus is in Hendon, north-west London. It has benefited from more than ?£66 million in investment in recent years including major new lecture theatres, seminar rooms, laboratories, social spaces and library.

    The Business School has a faculty of over 130 well-qualified academics and 95 administrative and professional staff. These include 23 full Professors and 15 Associate and Visiting Professors who work partly at the School and partly in industry, commerce and the professions.

    Academic staff work across six departments: Accounting and Finance, Business and Management, Economics and Statistics, Human Resource Management, Law and Marketing.

    We have a growing reputation in business and management research, with our RAE 2008 submission representing one of the most significant entries among peer Business Schools.

    Our student body is large and international. We have over 3,500 students enrolled on undergraduate programmes, over 1,300 students enrolled on taught postgraduate programmes, and 60 doctoral students. In addition, annually we have around 500 students and clients who follow our short professional courses. Many of these students and clients join us from overseas for their short professional courses.

    The Business School has enjoyed a long relationship with a range of professional bodies.

    We have worked with major corporations to small local businesses in partnerships that include in-house training and development, knowledge transfer and student consultancy projects.

    Middlesex University in London - About the school

    The Department of Law at Middlesex University

    The Department of Law at Middlesex University has been teaching law for almost 30 years; we have been teaching the flagship LLB programme for longer than many other London universities.

    We have built a deserved reputation for excellence in teaching and an active research base and attract a diverse mix of students from across the world. We take great pride in providing friendly, accessible staff to support our students through their studies.

    Our range of stimulating undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes are regularly reviewed to ensure they meet the requirements of our students and the legal profession. Our portfolio of programmes includes:

    Undergraduate:
    • LLB Honours Law
    • BA Honours Law
    • BA Honours Law and Business


    Postgraduate:
    • Common Professional Examination (CPE)/Graduate Diploma in Law
    • LLM
    • LLM International Business Law
    • MA Human Resource Management and Employment Law


    Academic expertise
    The Department of Law has well-qualified, experienced academic staff, many of whom are solicitors or barristers with practising experience. Our staff are active researchers and have presented at conferences worldwide and published books and articles in a wide variety of reputable journals. Our areas of research expertise include employment law, discrimination law, EU Law and Human Rights.

    Staff
    The department consists of 18 academic staff and a team of administrators who oversee the running of our courses and department.

    Key staff include:
    Professor Joshua Castellino- Head of Department
    Christiana Frandzis - Department Secretary

    Professional links
    The LLB is accredited by the Law Society and the Bar Council for England and Wales. Law Society accreditation means that our LLB graduates are exempt from the first stage of professional legal education and those that achieve a minimum 2.2 honours degree are guaranteed a place on the College of Law Legal Practice Course.

    Middlesex University in London - Law

    Courses

    Undergraduate: LLB Honours Law
    If you want to practise law as a solicitor or barrister, or to enter some other law-related form of employment, then the LLB is your best choice. It is the only undergraduate programme that offers a qualifying law degree for exemption from the academic stage of professional legal education, recognised by the Joint Academic Stage Board of the Law Society and Bar Council of England and Wales. You will gain an excellent grounding in legal skills and the foundation subjects and opportunities to gain specialist knowledge in optional modules such as Employment and Discrimination Law.

    Undergraduate: BA Honours Law
    This degree provides an opportunity to study law as an academic discipline, rather than as a route to the legal profession. In addition to a firm grounding in the principles of the English legal system, selected legal topics are examined from the perspective of their social, political, economic, ethical or historical context. The programme also develops skills valuable for careers in business, management or administration.

    The course does not offer exemptions from the academic stage of training to become a solicitor or barrister.

    Undergraduate: BA Honours Law and Business

    This pathway offers a firm grounding in the principles of the English legal system, the legal regulation of employment and the impact of European Union law on the business environment. Alongside the legal subjects, you will study business strategy, ethics and entrepreneurship modules, developing knowledge and skills sought after by employers.

    This course does not offer exemptions from the academic stage of training to become a solicitor or barrister.

    Postgraduate: PGCert Employment Law
    This programme provides a vital understanding of the legal and regulatory framework surrounding employment - making it a critical study choice for professionals who need a sophisticated understanding of the legal aspects of human resource management. It comprises two modules: recruitment and termination law; and discrimination law. These form the core modules of the MA Human Resource Management and Employment Law so you can progress to a full Master's degree.

    Postgraduate: Common Professional Examination (CPE)/Graduate Diploma in Law
    This intensive programme provides an excellent opportunity for non-law graduates to complete the academic stage of legal professional training. It is approved by the Law Society and the Bar Council through the Joint Academic Stage Board. Successful completion carries the award of Graduate Diploma in Law and leads to the professional stage of legal training via the Legal Practice Course or the Bar Vocational Course

    Postgraduate: MA Human Resource Management and Employment Law
    Middlesex University combines one of the best environments in the UK for human resource management education with top staff expertise in employment law. This programme provides a vital understanding of the legal and regulatory framework surrounding employment - making it a critical study choice for professionals who need a sophisticated understanding of the legal aspects of human resource management. You can exit after two modules if you wish to focus only on employment law.

    Postgraduate: LLM
    In today's competitive global legal environment, the right postgraduate qualification confers a distinct advantage. This LLM programme has been designed to reflect the diverse needs of students looking for postgraduate qualifications in law by allowing choice from the complete selection of modules available within the Law Department. The LLM will broaden awareness and knowledge of significant areas of law, and deepen understanding of legal processes, methods and concepts.

    Postgraduate: LLM Business Law
    This course is focused on the practical difficulties businesses experience when meeting their legal obligations and complying with regulatory frameworks. You will gain an in-depth legal knowledge of issues such as corporate governance and business liabilities. With the practical skills acquired you'll be an invaluable asset to organisations facing new or changing legal frameworks.

    Postgraduate: LLM International Business Law
    The International Business Law programme has been attracting students from all over the world since it was established. The highly-regarded programme offers choice and flexibility, enabling you to develop areas of particular interest, for example intellectual property law or in-depth study of the World Trade Organisation.

    Postgraduate: LLM Employment Law
    Employment law is a highly marketable specialism within the field, both for lawyers and for professionals from corporate functions such as human resource management. This LLM provides an indepth coverage of recruitment, termination and discrimination law with options in EU law, corporate governance and responsibility and international human rights.
    The Law Department has two professors of Employment Law with national reputations who lead this programme.

    Postgraduate: Minorities, Rights and the Law
    This programme is set within the significant and growing field of human rights law and focuses on the specific area of minorities, rights and the law. It is taught by leading exponents in the field and enables you to concentrate on your chosen interest while gaining an advantage in a competitive field through links with non-governmental organisations. The Head of the Law Department, Professor Joshua Castellino, helped to establish one of the world's most respected programmes in Human Rights Law at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He is also an international expert on minority rights and this expertise is fully integrated into this new programme.
    Contact
    For more information please contact:

    Joe Corkin for UG Programmes
    Admissions Tutor
    Middlesex University Department of Law
    The Burroughs
    Hendon
    London
    NW4 4BT
    United Kingdom

    Telephone: 020 8411 6274
    Email: [email protected]

    Susan Scott-Hunt for CPE Programmes
    Telephone: 020 8411 6019
    Email: [email protected]

    Helena Wray for LLM Programmes
    Telephone: 020 8411 6007
    Email: [email protected]
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