We provide an expansive variety of courses, for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, and supervise numerous research degree students on topics spanning the breadth of legal studies. We pride ourselves on the good relationships we have with our students, and our small, supportive and friendly group tutorials.
We have a strong reputation for mooting, and have won the ESU National Mooting Competition five times - more than any other law school. We also encourage our students to put their studies into practice through our student-led pro bono projects.
Our research is recognised on a global stage, and our academics are frequent participants in legal debates and contribute to policy-making. In the Research Excellence Framework 2014, 80% of the School's research output was rated to be world-leading or internationally excellent. In terms of research power, the School ranked 11th in the country.