Bachelor of Laws LLB (Hons)

University Of Hertfordshire

Program Overview

LLB degree offers a unique approach to teaching and learning, adopting a flipped classroom model which increases flexibility by providing a permanent online resource to support and encourage students Law program includes a diverse approach to assessment which incorporates a wide range of coursework and practical elements alongside traditional exams Students will be able to develop skills such as legal drafting (contractual clauses, defense statements), and advocacy (interim and junction applications) alongside developing their knowledge in the foundations of law


HatfieldUnited Kingdom

  Course Duration

36 Months

  Tuition Fee

£ 13,450



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Why choose this course?

  • Work with experienced lawyers in our award-winning law clinic

  • Practise your legal skills in our full-size replica Crown Court

  • Develop critical legal thinking and core professional skills

So, why study for your LLB law here at Hertfordshire? Well alongside a Gold rating for our teaching, we have a dedicated Law School, incredible facilities and an innovative teaching team of practising lawyers and solicitors. We’ve shaped our law degree around a skills-based competency framework that is geared towards the demands of today’s legal profession. This will kickstart your career with exceptional skills, experience and opportunities.

You’ll study in our fantastic Law Building, practise your skills in our replica Crown Court and solve real problems for the local community in our very own pro-bono law clinic. Get stuck into our huge range of co-curricular activities and you’ll also future proof your degree with skills and qualifications in areas like mooting, trial advocacy and client interviewing. 

As well as exploring the fundamentals of law, you’ll explore contemporary issues as diverse as data protection, human rights, terrorism and cybercrime. We use an innovative flipped-classroom model that lets you watch lectures online, from home, before coming to seminars to tackle the issues in-depth with your tutors. It’s a unique approach that gives you flexibility, structure and a permanent online resource you can dive into – anytime, anywhere. 

Awarded Best Contribution by a Team of Students helping vulnerable people at risk of homelessness in Hertfordshire. (Law Works Student Pro Bono Awards, 2022). 

Our LLB is built around our Guiding Principles:

1. Students as individual learners

We see every student as an individual learner with their own needs and career aspiration. Our aim is to work with you in developing knowledge, skills, and self-awareness to make those aspirations a reality.

2. Inclusive and diverse legal community

We aim to build an inclusive and diverse legal community that fosters a culture of success and achievement for all.

3. Innovative and challenging

We aim to build together an innovative legal curriculum that engages and motivates all members of our legal community.

4. Transferable skills

We recognise that a law degree can be used to support a range of careers and professions. We aim to ensure that you develop a range of legal and transferable skills.  

5. Flexible

We recognise that students need to undertake at least 40 hours of study a week on our full-time programme. We aim to support your learning by being flexible in supporting your education alongside other commitments.

What are the facilities like? 

Outstanding. Our bright, modern Law School Building opened its doors in 2011 and brings you a mixture of fantastic technology, well-equipped study spaces and realistic legal settings. Inside you’ll find our incredible replica Crown Court, complete with judge’s bench and viewing gallery, where you’ll practise your skills and build your confidence.  

We’ve also got our very own law clinic, where you’ll work with experienced lawyers and solicitors to solve real problems for local people. 

Hertfordshire Law School has helped graduates forge successful careers for over 40 years. You’ll benefit from our reputation for being forward thinking, innovative, community focussed and responsive to the world around us.

What's the course about?

People, power and problem solving. A law degree is a fantastic opportunity to study human relationships, investigate complex problems and understand the diverse structures that keep us functioning as a modern, evolving society. It’s a qualification that opens doors into a huge range of careers, giving you a deep, sought-after knowledge of the way our legal world works today. 

Right from the start you will have a two-week connections module to develop the skills and mindset required for studying law successfully.

You’ll spend your first year building a really strong foundation of legal knowledge – and developing professional skills you’ll use throughout your law degree and beyond. Together we’ll explore Contract Law, Tort Actions, Justice Matters and Constitutional Principles of the UK and EU. Plus our new employability module that brings employability into the core of the LLB, Life in the Law. Right from the start of your degree you'll be assessed in our replica Crown Court as you present client arguments in front of a judge.

In your second year, you’ll explore Land Law, Criminal Law, Equity and the Law of Trusts and Life in the Law II: Career and Personal Development. You’ll experience our mock assessment centre to develop real-world, professional skills in a supportive environment. You’ll start making choices about specialisms, by undertaking a 15-credit module of your choice from Commercial law, Streetlaw, Practical Legal Skills (an introduction to SQE 2 skills), Law of Digital Economy, or Law of Local Government

You’ll also have the exciting opportunity to get involved in our award-winning pro bono and law clinic. This allows you to develop your skills while providing legal advice to people in our local community.  

Work placement/study abroad option: Like some real-life experience? Between your second and third years, you’ve got a chance to go on a legal work placement for up to a year and build your experience. It’s a great opportunity and a huge boost to your CV. Even better, we’re only 25 minutes by train from central London, putting some of the UK’s most exciting law firms right on your doorstep.  

Rather spend the year studying abroad? No problem. With partner institutions all over the world, we can help you make memories, develop skills and discover incredible new perspectives. 

When you come back for your final year, it’s time to explore the areas that really fire your imagination. In your final year, having completed the foundations of legal knowledge in years one and two, you’ll choose from more than 20 specialist subjects – from International Environmental Law to Complex Cybercrimes. You could choose Trial Advocacy or opt for a module in Clinical Legal Education. 

With inspiring guest speakers, events and networking sessions, you’ll be immersed in the legal community from the moment you join us – giving you the skills, experience and contacts to launch a brilliant career. Ready to get started? Come and explore at one of our hands-on open days. 

Your main campus is de Havilland 

You’ll share this campus with students from business, law, sport, education, and humanities subjects. The student housing is close to our Sports Village which includes a gym, swimming pool and climbing wall. You can get breakfast, lunch, or dinner in our on-campus restaurant or bar (in the newly built Enterprise Hub) on days you don’t feel like cooking. You can also use the common room to play pool, video games or just to hang out with friends.  Our Learning Resources Centres are open 24/7, which means you can study whenever suits you best. Want to pop over to the other campus? You can take the free shuttle bus or walk there in just 15

UCAS points

A Level


IB requirement

120 - 128



112 - 120 point

Additional requirements

GCSE: Grade 4/C in English Language and 4/D Mathematics

Access Course Tariff: An overall merit profile in 45 credits at Level 3.

All students from non-majority English speaking countries require proof of English language proficiency, equivalent to an overall IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each band.

If you do not have the required IELTS or equivalent for direct entry on to your degree programme, our Pre-sessional English and International Foundation courses can help you to achieve this level.

UK Students

Full time

  • £9250 for the 2022/2023 academic year

Part time

  • £1155 per 15 credits for the 2022/2023 academic year

EU Students

Full time

  • £14000 for the 2022/2023 academic year

Part time

  • £1750 per 15 credits for the 2022/2023 academic year

International Students

Full time

  • £14000 for the 2022/2023 academic year

Part time

  • £1750 per 15 credits for the 2022/2023 academic year

*Tuition fees are charged annually. The fees quoted above are for the specified year(s) only. Fees may be higher in future years, for both new and continuing students. Please see the University’s Fees and Finance Policy (and in particular the section headed “When tuition fees change”), for further information about when and by how much the University may increase its fees for future years.

Whatever career you’re building, your LLB Law is a great head start. Want to be a barrister? It’s recognised by the Bar Standards Board, getting you onto their professional course. Rather be a solicitor? It’s recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority as a qualifying degree. Like to be a paralegal? Get straight onto the National Association of Licensed Paralegals’ Level 7 Diploma. 

If you complete certain modules, you’ll also be exempt from the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) Level 6 diploma – and able to jump into legal practice ahead of your peers. 

Within our pro-bono Law Clinic you will be able to solve real life problems within the local community supporting a range of charities. Recent students have worked with Future Living Hertford, Centrepoint, Red Kite, Herts Domestic Abuse Helpline and CDA Herts. You will also have the opportunity to work closely with lawyers from the following law firms:  

  • Curwens

  • Longmores 

  • Raydens

  • Debenhams Ottaway

  • Cleveland Scott York

This course will prepare you for a variety of legal careers. Our Law graduates have gone on to work as Paralegals, Compliance officers, Solicitors and Barristers with employers including: 

  • Crown Prosecution Service 

  • Civil Service 

  • Crane & Staples 

  • Taylor Walton 

  • Debenhams Ottaway 

  • Macfarlanes 

  • Linklaters 

  • Slater & Gordon  

  • Herbert Smith Freehills 

  • HSBC  

  • Dispute Resolution Ombudsman 

Our strong links with local, regional, and national employers is what sets Hertfordshire Law School apart. Some of our links include Crown Prosecution Service, Hertfordshire County Council and Dispute Resolution Ombudsman. We also have close connections with Hertfordshire Junior Lawyers Division and Hertfordshire Law Society. You’ll benefit from social events, a legal education programme with top-class speakers and a chance to share ideas through networking and training events, all of which will prepare you for life after your degree. 

Even if you don’t follow a legal career, an LLB really does open doors. Graduates can also go into law, local government, the police, management, HR, accountancy, teaching and journalism. 

You can also study for a master’s with us. Our LLM is the classic legal master’s, with lots of opportunities to specialise, while our LLM Legal Practice incorporates the Legal Practice Course (LPC) which you need to qualify as a solicitor – and gives you access to postgraduate funding. 

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