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The University of Law offers innovative and contemporary courses from undergraduate law degrees to postgraduate and professional development programmes. With a rich heritage, balanced with a modern approach, we continuously focus on developing the best legal minds. Our guiding principle is that we teach in a realistic, professional and contemporary context. Whether your ambition is to work as a lawyer or in wider business, studying at The University of Law will ensure you will get the best possible start to your career.

We’re the UK’s largest law school: We’ve trained more lawyers than anyone else.

Our connections – Over 30 major law firms choose to send their trainees to us and we have excellent networking opportunities with over 64,000 College of Law Alumni including top legal minds and business leaders.

Heritage : We’re the country’s longest established specialist provider of legal education, dating back to 1876.

Employability: 97% of our full-time LPC students who graduated in 2015 secured employment within 9 months of graduation and 96% of our full-time LLB students. 57% of our 2015 BPTC students received offers of a pupillage.

Student Satisfaction :  We were ranked first in the UK for student satisfaction in the 2016 National Student Survey with a 97% satisfaction rate.

Learn from the best : Our tutors are qualified lawyers, passionate about teaching law.

Innovative teaching methods : Our students learn the law through practical, real-life scenarios in small groups, with high contact teaching hours.

Choice : We offer a variety of courses and flexibility to study at one of our nine fully-resourced modern centres across the UK, with part-time or online options to suit your needs.

Nurturing environment : High levels of support and feedback with access to an award-winning careers service including over 3,700 pro bono opportunities to gain exposure to life as a lawyer via supervised experience or shadowing practitioners.

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