LLB Law Courses

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Students in Part 3 are expected to choose 10 courses from the list of courses offered in Part 3. The course listing may be modified by the Faculty of Law.

Law & Legal Systems

Criminal Law I

Legal Methods, Research & Writing (Year-Long)

Constitutional Law

Criminal Law II

Law of Contract I

Law of Torts I

Foundation Courses

Law of Torts II

Law of Contract II

Real Property I

Public International Law I


Real Property II

Public International Law II

Administrative Law

Equitable Remedies

Commonwealth Caribbean Human Rights Law

Employment Law

The Law of the Sea

Company Law

Revenue Law

Law of Trusts

Family Law I (Husband & Wife)

Gender & the Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean

International Environmental Law

General Principles of Private International Law

Caribbean Securities Regulation

International Law of Human Rights    

Comparative Law 

Intellectual Property Law

Alternative Disputes Resolution

Introduction to Restitution Law


Industrial Relations Law

Law of Corporate Management

Law of Corporate Insolvency

Administration of Trusts & Estates

Family Law II (Children)

Family Law III (De Facto Families)

International Mooting

Supervised Independent Research Paper

Law of International Trade

European Union Law

Oil & Gas Law (Online)

Insurance Law

Caribbean Environmental Law

Law of International Organizations 

Caribbean Integration Law

Introduction to Offshore Law

Commonwealth Caribbean Sports Law

Law, Technology & the Internet

Advanced Legal Writing

Public Service Law

Introduction to International Investment Law

The Law of International Courts & Tribunals


Direct Entry

Students who gain Direct Entry into Year-Two of the LL.B programme may be exempted from all Foundation courses, but would be required to take a combination of Part I and Part II Law courses and examinations prescribed for Direct Entry Students in the Faculty Regulations and, in the following year, such combination of Part II and Part III law courses as outlined in the Regulations. 


Non-Law Courses

Part 3 Students may select up to two one-semester courses offered in a Faculty other than the Faculty of Law as approved by the Dean of the Faculty of Law.