Take advantage of our unique opportunities to network with, and be taught by, some of the UK’s top legal minds.
We are proud to have a vibrant, cosmopolitan and welcoming student community. We work closely with our students to help them achieve their goals and aspirations. Much of our success lies in our ability to attract world leaders in teaching and research. By combining expert academic knowledge and practical skills, we support you in reaching your full potential and help you learn how to practice law, and not just study it. This is enhanced by projects that enable you to experience law in a professional context.
Law courses not offered elsewhere
Our range of courses does include the traditional LLB degree courses and specialist pathways. We also offer some unique options like the LLB Law in Practice. This is a four-year course where your third year is spent on a paid internship with a legal practitioner. It is a fantastic opportunity to practice your legal skills while earning a salary and when you graduate you will already have the experience employers are looking for.
Practice your legal skills while studying
Our Legal Advice Centre (LAC) offers free legal advice to the local community and is a big part of the Law School’s clinical legal education initiative. As a law students you will work alongside barristers and solicitors from the City of London to advise our clients from our local community on legal issues. You will lead appointments followed by advice letters in order to provide clients with an understanding of the strength of their case, the processes to be followed and the likely outcomes.
Learn from the best academics
Our academics at the School help set the agenda for research in a number of key areas including commercial law, criminal justice, public and international law, and legal theory. To name a few:
Professor Penny Green is leading the International State Crime Initiative (ISCI) researching one of the world’s most pressing crises: the Rohingya genocide
Professor Shazia Choudhry’s has recently been appointed a specialised adviser on the draft domestic abuse bill. More info here.
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