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The epithet of ‘constitutional crisis’ is a phrase that arises from time to time but in truth, there have been very few genuine crises over the centuries; oftentimes we step back from the brink at the last minute. Crisis averted. When they happen however, the consequences tend to be historically significant and the impacts far-reaching.
Over the past eight years, some of our students have studied dark tourism and events for their second-year undergraduate fieldwork module. We visited Prague in the Czech Republic and Kraków in Poland. Broadly, we cover how dark history, including aspects of the Second World War and the Holocaust, as well as the Cold War, are interpreted by modern visitor attractions and events.
When thinking about career options with a law degree, most people will aspire to be a solicitor or barrister. While these roles are very important, completing a Law degree opens many doors for many different types of role within a private, public and third sectors. Organisations often have an in-house legal team, whose role might be to support HR functions, IP or marketing teams.
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