Law at Bangor is a great pathway for those looking to pursue a career within the legal sector as a Solicitor or Barrister and for those looking for non-legal careers in industry or academia. Our academics are passionate about the topics they teach and empowering you to make a difference in the world.

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What are LLB Law Degrees?

The LLB degree is probably the most common type of undergraduate law degree, and is studied by undergraduates seeking to practice in law as well as those students who eventually enter into other non-law related professions. LLB degrees are well regarded as rigorous degrees that train graduates for a wide range of career opportunities.

Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE)

Do you want to become a Solicitor? If so you'll need to undertake the Solicitors Qualifying Exam. All Bangor’s LLB degrees are ‘SQE facing’, meaning that our degrees contain a pathway that will allow you to study the material tested on the Solicitor’s Qualifying Exam (‘SQE’).

What is Mooting?

If you’re looking to study Law, you may have heard about mooting, but do you know what mooting is? Essentially mooting is a mock trial where two sides argue a point of law in front of an acting judge. The judge will then decide who the winner is once they’ve heard presentations from both sides.  

If you’re thinking of becoming a solicitor or barrister mooting is an important skill to have. Studying LLB Law at Bangor allows you the opportunity to practice your mooting in our on-campus mock courtroom.  

Graduate - Adam Steven Gulliver

Graduate Profile Adam Gulliver

The influence that Bangor had upon both my career and life cannot be overestimated. The way teaching was delivered at Bangor, combined with the excellent academic and pastoral support I received, allowed me to flourish academically and lead to me obtaining a First-Class degree. I very much attribute that great success, not only to my work, but also to the commitment and dedication of the lecturers and the overall quality of the School itself.

Careers Pathways when studying Law

Studying Law can lead to a career within the legal professional or in other industries. Some students might continue their training and become a Solicitor or Barrister whilst others with choose different pathways. The transferable skills you gain whilst studying law means that graduates are highly employable in areas outside the legal profession. 

Choosing Law at Bangor gives you opportunities to improve on your skills and knowledge, our courses have a focus on employability and you'll also have access to a range of additional employability support through our very own Employability Team

Our Research in Law

Our lecturers are research active. Many of our staff have also been previously employed as professionals within the legal sector in roles such as judge, solicitor and magistrate. This means that all your lecturers are at the cutting-edge of knowledge in their subject areas. Why is this important? It enables us to bring teaching to life and provide you with the most up-to-date thinking in class.

Coupled with this rich combination of backgrounds, staff members’ research reflects varied interests and expertise in fields such as Human Rights Law, International Law, Corporate Finance Law, Maritime Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Company Law, Administrative Law, Child and Family Law, and Intellectual Property Law.

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