The Graduate LLB is one of two qualifying law degrees that you can do after your undergraduate degree in a non-law subject. It differs from the GDL in that it takes two years to complete rather than one, and it’s also different from the undergraduate LLB, as that takes three years. The Graduate LLB is one option to consider if you want to learn the basic principles of law, and obtain a qualifying law degree.
There are a couple of things to consider first. You should weigh up the pros and cons of doing the Graduate LLB, and compare the course to the alternative conversion course, the GDL. Once you’ve made your mind up, we’ve got a range of Graduate LLB courses for you to peruse. Good luck!