School of Law retains its top 100 position in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2023
The School of Law places 55th in the world according to the latest subject table, consolidating its place in the top 100 for Law.
The School is delighted that its world-class academic reputation continues to be recognized in this year’s Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings by Subject. These rankings are a key independent indicator of institutional performance and reputation. This year’s subject table for Law places the University of Leeds 55th in the world, increasing its position in the UK from 12th to 10th.
The THE university ranking is a highly respected, key independent indicator of institutional performance and reputation. It is based on 13 performance indicators that measure performance across four areas: teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
Professor Louise Ellison, Head of School, said “I am delighted that these latest subject rankings reflect the ongoing hard work and dedication of our staff, students and external partners, particularly as the global academic community continues its path to recovery from the global Covid-19 pandemic.”
This year’s THE subject rankings reflect the School of Law’s ongoing success in international league tables, including its top 100 placing for Law and Legal Studies in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2022.