Lottie Dodd
the University of Surrey
University of Law

University of Law

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About this Subject Spotlight

Join Lottie Dodd as she explores the laws surrounding dismissal in the workplace, claims around unfair dismissal, and how businesses should approach fair dismissal from a legal and ethical standpoint. She will also prompt you to put theory into practice with a scenario based activity aimed at making you think critically about workplace dismissal and the legal red tape surrounding it!

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Employment Law at University of Law

You can expect something different to the traditional three year Bachelor of Laws degree when you study Law LLB at the University of Law. Over 90% of Lecturers at the university are qualified solicitors, barristers and judges, so you will learn to apply law and focus on the most relevant and practical skills that employers are looking for.

This LLB course has been designed to be the first truly professional undergraduate law degree. Studying law is the start to a wide, varied and exciting legal career. It offers more diversity than almost any other profession, whether you want to be a company secretary, a solicitor, a paralegal or a high court judge. It is also one of the best qualifications for going on to succeed in other careers. You can find graduates of the University of Law working in politics, journalism, business, HR and finance and more all over the world.

When you study an LLB with the University of Law you receive:

  • The highest standard of teaching from experienced professionals
  • Small class sizes
  • Options to study on campus and online
  • A choice of campuses across the UK
  • Access to a large specialist careers service and pro bono clinics
  • A variety of specialist modules to enhance employment prospects

This course is a great pathway to a lifelong career in law!

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