Qualifying law degree

This means that the degree needs to cover certain essential areas of the law.

A qualifying law degree needs to cover certain essential areas of the law to provide a good basis for further knowledge and development, There should be seven core subjects covered and each core subject covers a specific area of the law e.g. contract, tort, crime etc.

non-law degree or non qualifying law degree will still count towards the academic stage. A degree is, after all, an indicator that someone is capable of study and application to learning and of ability but it is felt that it lacks the foundation of knowledge about the law that may be important as a practising barrister. This potential shortfall in knowledge is covered by the requirement that the individual must take the common professional examination.

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