School of Law
School of Law
The School of Law at the University of Leeds is a community where, through our teaching, research and public engagement, we try to make a difference in the world.
Our School is home to world leading scholars and inspirational teachers who are committed to exploring contemporary issues in their field and supporting our students to become highly employable graduates. It is such commitment which has allowed us to build an international reputation as a leading law school.
Studying with us
We are looking for individuals with a drive to learn and develop with the support of our globally recognised scholars. Our programmes and resources are specially designed for an enjoyable and successful learning experience.
in the UK for law
The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, 2019
in the UK for criminology
Guardian University Guide, 2019
in the UK for the impact of research
The School of Law is an intellectually dynamic and diverse community of scholars. We understand that global challenges require the expertise of a range of disciplines. The research conducted within our School is largely organised into four leading centres/groups. Our research perspective reaches from the local to the international, addressing immediate domestic issues as well as universal social, legal, environmental and economic challenges.
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