1. What Is a Crime?
2. What Is the Crime of Murder?
3. Murder Case Study: Dudley & Stephens (1884)
4. Murder Case Study: R v Clinton (2012)
5. Is This the Crime of Murder, Really?
Are you interested in exploring some of the most pressing legal issues facing today’s global societies? On this Law LLB course at Oxford Brookes University, you’ll study in a dynamic and inclusive environment, taught by leading legal experts.
You’ll experience theoretical and practical learning. You'll build sound legal skills that will prepare you for your future career. You’ll debate legal concepts and apply them to real life situations. You’ll be able to tailor your degree in Years 2 and 3, choosing from:
- A standard LLB
- An LLB in Commercial Law
- An LLB in Criminal Justice.
As an LLB Law student, you'll network with top law firms, gaining key professional contacts. You’ll accelerate your career through our mentoring and pro-bono schemes. The skills you'll gain in mooting and client interviewing will enhance your CV and you’ll have the chance to join our nationally-acclaimed mooting team. This course sets you up for ongoing professional training such as the Bar course for Barristers, or preparation courses for the Solicitors Qualifying Exam.
We also offer LLB Law with Business & LLB Law with Criminology courses.
Oxford Brookes University
Oxford Brookes University has over 150 years of history, starting out as a small School of Art in borrowed teaching rooms and growing into one of the UK's top modern universities with a local, national and international reputation for teaching and research excellence. One of the UK's top 50 institutions, it has been recognised by 11 national teaching fellowships recognising excellent learning and teaching. It's the world's first fairtrade university, and 94% of its research is internationally recognised. Oxford Brookes is a great choice for dedicated students.