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Eve outside Elm House

A day in the life of a second-year law student

Meet Eve, a second-year Law LLB(Hons) student, who shares an insight into what it’s like to study law at Brighton Law School in her own words. A day in my life Thursday is my busiest day at the University of Brighton with three sessions, all two hours long. I would say that Thursday is my…

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Three students working together on a laptop in Elm House

Module insight: Developing Practical Professional Knowledge

The Developing Practical Professional Knowledge module on our integrated foundation year is all about responsible enterprise. This module supports your professional development by highlighting the practical professional knowledge and understanding needed to succeed in today’s ever-changing world of work. You’ll be exposed to a range of contemporary issues, such as the climate emergency and gender…

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Group of students in Elm House bird's eye view

Module insight: International Law and Socio-Economic Development

Our International Law and Socio-Economic Development module (DB662) is delivered across a number of courses. The module allows leaners to consider the relationship between international law and development, and how the interplay shapes the practice of each. By examining the expansion of international regulation of economic activity in multilateral institutions, learners consider the effectiveness of…

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