At Goldsmiths, we’re taking the lead in integrating experiential learning and professional development opportunities into the law curriculum.
You’ll put your knowledge into practice throughout your degree, honing skills that will be invaluable in a future legal career. You could take part in:
Annual competitions in mooting, mock trials and debating
Virtual reality experiences, such as human rights and criminal law scenarios which will inform and initiate discussions in seminars
Commercial awareness activities, such as visits to law firms
An optional module participating in a human rights clinic, which could involve activities such as:
- visiting schools to engage with sixth form students on human rights issues
- researching human rights cases
- writing blog posts
- a short placement with a human rights organisation
An optional module designed to develop your mooting and advocacy skills (Evidence with Advanced Mooting and Advocacy)
Simulated contract negotiations during your Contract Law module
Dispute resolution workshops
Advocacy and client interview training
Learning designed to develop your skills and knowledge relevant to the upcoming solicitors qualifying exams (SQE)
Law film screenings at our on-campus cinema
Field trips and/or international study visits to see law in action (please note that these activities may incur additional costs – for more information please visit the LLB Law page)
21st century legal skills
The LLB Law at Goldsmiths will equip you with the digital knowledge required of future lawyers, including through an innovative module on 21st Century Legal Skills (in Year 1).
You’ll be introduced to the concepts of big data and artificial intelligence and will gain confidence in developing and using digital communications, social media, electronic videos and blogs appropriate for legal professionals.
LLB Law at Goldsmiths
Find out everything about our LLB Law programme including what you'll study, entry requirements, fees and funding.