Business Law Courses

Business Law Courses for many can seem like a complex subject and in many cases they will be correct but for some the challenge and benefits of studying this type of course can well outweigh the hard work entailed within the course. In general the business law course will take students three years to complete on a full time basis and even longer if they can only participate in the course in a part time nature. The Business and Law MA at Bangor University is one of the Power Academy’s recommended courses to consider, most especially in the area of Business Law.

Over the course of the three years students will be required to complete a wide range of topical subjects as well as handing in for marking of written dissertations which will all be tallied up towards the student’s final marks. I have listed below as many of the topics which are encased within this complex course so you have a fuller idea of what to expect from your learning experience during the course.

The modules that will be studied regarding the English law topic will be as follows:

  1. Nature of Law Criminal and Civil Law
  2. Common Law and Equality
  3. Equitable Rights.
  4. Equitable Remedies
  5. Maxims of Equity
  6. Common Law Damages
  7. Sources of Law
  8. Legislation
  9. Statutory Interpretation
  10. Precedent, European Union Law
  11. Courts and Tribunals
  12. Possible Classifications
  13. The Legal Process
  14. Criminal Courts
  15. Indictable Offences
  16. Summary Offences
  17. Offences Triable
  18. Civil Courts
  19. Tribunals
  20. Arbitration
  21. Mediation
  22. Legal Aid
  23. Magistrates
  24. Juries
  25. Members of Tribunals
  26. The Solicitor
  27. The Barrister
  28. The Judge

These are just a few of the Law Courses and topic modules that will be covered within this course and there are many more various types of modules available to you. In most cases you will be able to choose additional elements to accompany the core modules of the course which will totally depend on which area of the law you are wishing to practice in. Some students may wish to focus solely of health and safety law or the law of contracts so it will depend completely on their angle of choice. There are also more diverse type courses available such as the MA in Criminology and Law at Bangor University, or the Law with Media Studies course.

  1. Liability for Employees and Agents
  2. The Employment Relationship
  3. Vicarious Liability
  4. The Contract of Employment
  5. Agency
  6. Types of Agent and Formation
  7. Responsibilities of the Parties
  8. Terminating an Agency
  9. The Commercial Agents Regulations
  10. Sole Traders and Partnerships
  11. Business Organizations
  12. Sole Traders, Partnerships
  13. Liability of Partners
  14. The Partnership Agreements
  15. Ending the Partnership
  16. Forming a Company
  17. Basic Principles
  18. Separate Legal Personality
  19. Types of Company
  20. Forming a Company
  21. The Constitution
  22. The Memorandum of Association and Changing Constitution.

Whatever the student decides they can be assured that they will gain a long and beneficial career from their business law studies as good lawyers are sought after within the United Kingdom and there are many advantages for each lawyer above the obvious financial benefits. There are other career paths that may also interest you, such as one popular example, the Business Studies Undergraduate degree, which offers students a very in-depth knowledge of the world of business. For something a little different we highly recommend the MA In Finance course at Bangor University in North Wales, a course which has seen a huge volume of applicants over 2017 throughout the UK. Find out more about the meaning of Law here at the Cambridge Universities dictionary of law page.

Whatever you decide, make sure you follow your interests and your heart, choosing a good University is part of the procedure too.


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