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Introduction to law

Overview

Are you interested in the law? Or are you considering a career move? This course offers an interesting introduction to the law industry and what like is like working within the sector.

Over the course of 6 weeks, this course will develop your understanding of key points of the law surrounding murder, manslaughter, morality and many other areas.

Start dates and fees

Start Dates

Wednesday 20th April 2022

Start Time

5.30pm

Costs

  • If you are 19+ and unemployed and receiving relevant benefits – course is free.
  • If you are 19+ not receiving benefits the course will cost £48.00 for the full six weeks.

What will I study?

On this course you will study topics such as: 

  • Morality and the law
  • Murder and mayhem?
  • Can I eat the cabin boy?
  • Why are some lives worth more than others?
  • What exactly is consent?
  • Solicitor or Barrister??

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements.

How long is the course?

13 hours / 6 weeks 

Careers

There isn't currently career information listed for this course.

How do I apply?

To apply for this course, please contact enquiries@wnc.ac.uk or call 0800 100 3626.

Next steps

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