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School of Law University of Aberdeen

Welcome to the School of Law at the University of Aberdeen, one of the four “ancient” universities of Scotland, with law being taught here since 1495.

The School of Law offers an extensive range of both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study. We pride ourselves on delivering high quality, engaging and academically challenging programmes. Our learning environment is one of support and personal development leading to well-rounded and highly employable graduates. The School of Law offers a wide variety of LLB degrees. This includes the LLB with English Law, a degree which satisfies the accreditation criteria of both the English and Scots authorities. We also offer LLB degrees which provide students with the opportunity for a year studying abroad and we offer an accelerated degree for graduates. A varied Graduate programme is offered including taught Masters degrees, research degrees and the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice. There is an annual Summer School run with Baltimore and Maryland Universities, USA.

The School of Law has around 50 academic staff, 900 LLB undergraduates, 345 taught postgraduate students made up of: 200 LLM, 80 Diploma in Professional and Legal Practice and 65 postgraduate research students.


Programmes


 LL.B.
We offer an LLB and LLB (hons) as well as a variety of combined undergraduate law degrees. Our Law With English Law Degree programmes are qualifying in all four constituent nations of the UK (Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland).  Please note that further professional practise qualifications together with ‘on the job’ practical experience are required in each country to achieve qualified solicitor status.

LL. M
This programme allows you the flexibility to study many disciplines of interest without the restriction of one specialised degree. Create a bespoke programme tailored by you to meet your personal academic needs and career aspirations.

It Develop your critical analysis and independent research skills to enhance your employability against the demanding needs of the legal profession. Featuring carefully chosen course options, you will have the opportunity to study topics such as Oil and Minerals for Good, International Law, The Politics of Human Rights and Criminal Evidence & proof.


Library


The Library’s primary task is to collect, maintain, promote and provide access to relevant and representative information resources which serve the Library users and support their research, learning and teaching.

This collections policy is a statement of a framework and set of parameters within which library staff and users work. The primary function of the collection management policy is to provide guidance to all staff when selecting and deselecting resources for the collection. The document serves as a guideline for each stage of materials handling and also provides a sound foundation for further collection development.


Contact


School of Law
University of Aberdeen
University Office
Regent Walk, Aberdeen
AB24 3FX
Phone: 44 (0)1224 272090
E-mail: study@abdn.ac.uk

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