0 Credits ACADEMIC YEAR



Co-requisites: LAW139

Aims/Description: This module supports students throughout Level 1 of their undergraduate studies. Following a programme of group learning experiences, lectures, tutorials, and self-reflection, it offers professional and peer support to students as they begin their University studies. It teaches the `English Legal System' element of the 'Foundations of Legal Knowledge' taught through the other Level 1 Law modules, providing a basis for subsequent legal learning. It provides guidance to ensure students navigate the programme to their specific needs and interests. In doing so, the module will create a foundation for communities of learning that will sustain them throughout their degree.

Staff Contact: GLOVER LOUISE
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Tutorials, Independent Study

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