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Joint programmes allow you to study law alongside another named academic discipline. Over four years of study you will take a range of courses from both the Law School and the School with which your programme is combined. Studying a joint degree at Edinburgh provides you with wide-ranging academic foundations and a broader qualification to apply for postgraduate degrees or employment. Social policy is the study of the distribution of welfare and wellbeing within societies and the policies which
Joint programmes allow you to study law alongside another named academic discipline. Over four years of study you will take a range of courses from both the Law School and the School with which your programme is combined. Studying a joint degree at Edinburgh provides you with wide-ranging academic foundations and a broader qualification to apply for postgraduate degrees or employment. Social policy is the study of the distribution of welfare and wellbeing within societies and the policies which influence that distribution. The joint LLB in Law and Social Policy aims to promote advanced knowledge and understanding of the theory, concepts and rules of law. You will also gain an understanding of how political debate and policy making can influence and alleviate the effects of social change. Current political and social issues are explored in a Scottish, a UK-wide, a European, and an international context.