If you are interested in how we use the law to run our society effectively, in how good governance works, and in how crime is tackled and solved then these degrees could be for you. All degrees use case studies to help you to learn and to bring colour and real-life impact to your studies.
You are interested in the concepts of justice and fairness, and how the law decides what is right and wrong.
You are a logical thinker, able to take a considered and thoughtful approach to difficult questions which have major implications for individual lives.
You enjoy having expertise and being a person people turn to give reliable, factual advice.
A qualifying law degree (or another degree then a conversion course) is the first step towards becoming a fully qualified solicitor.
You then need to take a one year Legal Practice Course or Bar Professional Training Course, before joining a law firm under a training contract for solicitors, or pupillage for barristers.
Joining the police requires a degree from 2020, applicants need a degree which qualifies them for the Degree Holder Entry Route into policing.
A variety of learning environments including crime scene house on site.
Links to all local networks including police, law courts and victim support.
A practical approach to learning, using case studies as well as work experience and placements to animate your learning and give you confidence in a work environment.
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Volunteering across a wide range of police departments and supporting crime prevention projects.
Researching for regeneration projects which seek to influence offending rates in very deprived areas; students have the option to put their recommendations to the Board.
Shadowing the coroner, observing inquests and sentencing decisions, also liaising with court investigators.
Lab work, preparing bodies for viewing and assisting the Pathologist in determining cause of death.
Access to 392 cameras and automated number plate recognition to help the police build anti-social behaviour cases.
Dimitrios shared lessons learnt from working with adults with mental health needs across the Devon Partnership NHS Trust.
Ian discussed laws and regulations in relation to establishing the cause of death.
Judge Climie opened the crime scene house at Marjon and has joined several Q&A sessions with our students.
Students heard about Karen's career as Probation Officer working in the courts.
Students got hands-on with the cameras and learned how CCTV is used prevent and solve crime in Plymouth.
Plymouth is a buzzing student city and is close to stunning coastline, secluded beaches and the inspiring Dartmoor National Park. It's the perfect place to be!