Law is an intellectually challenging and rewarding subject to study at University. Emmanuel aims to foster in students an informed, engaged and critical perspective on the law. An informed perspective depends on a firm grasp of the various subjects in the curriculum. An engaged perspective demands the skills associated with legal analysis, argument and writing. And a critical perspective calls for a reflective approach that probes beneath the surface of legal rules to interrogate underlying principles and policies.
At Emmanuel we encourage students to read widely in order to gain the most from supervisions and lectures, and in order to develop their interests and views. The College is committed to ensuring that its Library meets the needs of undergraduates and we are fortunate in having a well-stocked and constantly expanding Law collection in the College Library. The student lawyers within College, through the Williams Law Society, organise moots, talks by speakers from a variety of law-related spheres, dinners and other events with firms of solicitors and barristers' chambers. Through such events students have a rounded experience and are the well prepared for a career in the law after University.
|A-level - A*AA; IB - 776 at Higher Level, 42 points overall; Advanced Highers: A1A2A2; other exam systems.|
|Course Requirements:||No specific subjects.|
|Course Outline:||Further details are available on the Faculty's website.|
|Applying:||For information on how to apply: University application process and Emmanuel application timeline.|
This College does not require applicants to submit written work.
All applicants will take the National Admissions test for Law (LNAT). You must register - separately from your UCAS application - in advance to take the relevant pre-registration assessment. Information on the assessment format is available online.
|Interviews:||Candidates should normally expect two interviews. The interviews will take place during the period Monday 4 - Wednesday 13 December 2023. Specific subject dates will be emailed to applicants in November.
Applicants will be given a reading passage 20-30 minutes prior to one of the interviews. A discussion of the reading will form part of the interview.
|Course Enquiries:||Emmanuel Admissions Office|