The module will provide students with the opportunity to examine the key concepts arising in corporate crime and how they apply in practice. Students will be encouraged to develop an in-depth critical understanding of both the content of human rights law standards and the various means by which it is enforced. Students will come to see both the strengths and weaknesses of human rights law and to appreciate the system of international, regional and national enforcement mechanisms which seek to protect and promote human rights.
All applicants will need to demonstrate in their personal statement a strong interest in Law and hold GCSE English Language with a minimum of grade C/4. The modules you take will depend on your pathway or course combination as well as any optional or open modules chosen. The course will include a variety of assessments including practice based assessments such as drafting and negotiating. Continue … Read More