Why study Law at Bloomsbury Institute?

Studying law with us will not only challenge the way you think – it’ll also unlock the door to exceptional career opportunities…

Most of our graduates subsequently follow traditional legal careers as solicitors, barristers, chartered legal executives or paralegals. But many graduates progress in other exciting careers outside of law in sectors such as education, journalism and public relations.

You’ll study the theory and practice of English law and how this is influenced by and then impacts ethical, social, political, environmental and economic values.

We offer three law courses (lasting two to four years) which are all Qualifying Law Degrees (QLD). This means that you can skip the academic stage of training to qualify as a solicitor or barrister of England and Wales – saving you valuable time.

We recognise that you have commitments outside of your studies. That’s why our choice of courses offers programmes to suit your lifestyle – see below to find out more.

Once graduated, you will be eligible for CILEx Graduate Member status if you have taken our CILEx-approved modules in your final year. This saves you a year of further study and opens up additional career opportunities such as a trainee CILEx lawyer or paralegal.

We are not currently recruiting new students. If you would like any further information, please contact

"Studying the two year accelerated LLB is perfect for me, because I can complete my undergraduate degree and save on tuition fees while kick-starting my career as a qualified Solicitor or Barrister."

"I hold a Law degree from the University of Lille in France, as PGDL, LPC and an LLM.

I bring passion for legal theories, human rights and European Union laws as well as a keen interest in education research that informs our wide-ranging programmes at Bloomsbury Institute."

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Ismini Katsadouri

Course Leader
LLB (Hons) Law