Browse Hierarchy LAW4008: Law in Context
In the first half of this module, you will be focusing on the skills you need to develop in order to study law effectively and efficiently, such as where to find case law and legislation, how to read a case and how to structure an essay. The second half will look at distinct but inter-related aspects of 'you': your position as a Law undergraduate; your understanding of law in the wider context and why we study law as an academic subject; your future career and employment prospects; and the skills that you need to develop to get you where you want to go. You will learn by means of a weekly online lecture to be listened to in advance of the seminar; a weekly one hour seminar which will cover a different aspect of legal skills or career development each week; and a weekly lecture given by a law colleague who will talk about their context of studying, learning or practising law.
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