February, 05, 2014 15:22 Age: 4 yrs
School of Law announces changes to the LLB requirements
The compulsory component of the LLB has been reduced from 19 courses to 16.
Professor Eric Colvin, the head of school, has announced the following changes to the requirements for receiving an LLB degree.
The compulsory component of the LLB has been reduced from 19 courses to 16. The following courses are no longer compulsory:
- LW305 Current Developments in Pacific Law;
These courses will, however continue to be offered as electives.
The requirements for the LLB are now:
Year I: LW110, LW111, LW112, LW113, UU100, UU114; plus two 100-level non-law courses;
Year II: LW201, LW202, LW203, LW204, LW205, LW206, UU200, UU204;
Years III & IV: LW300, LW301, LW304, LW306, LW308, LW309; plus ten other 300-level LW courses.
The requirements for graduate entrants are the same 16 compulsory LW courses, plus UU204 and eight other 300-level LW courses.
The requirements for the law component of combined degrees are the same 16 compulsory LW courses plus eight other 300-level LW courses.