School of Law ranks highly in latest Guardian League Tables and National Student Survey
Both Law and Criminology at Leeds have been ranked in the top 10 in the UK, according to the 2021 Guardian League Table.
The School is incredibly proud to have been placed 9th in both Law and Criminology in the 2021 Guardian League Table which was published on 5 September. Unlike other league tables, the Guardian League Table does not includes measurements relating to research and is very much focussed on the student experience.
"The recent announcement of our Guardian league table position for 2021 in Law and Criminology is a result of the attention and dedication that all colleagues in the School of Law give to delivering an excellent student experience. A word-class learning community and an outstanding experience is at the heart of all we do; something that we continue to focus on and invest in to keep improving the university journey for all our students" says Dr Imogen Jones, Director of Student Education.
The rankings in the Guardian League Table is a reflection (although not solely) of the excellent National Student Survey scores that the School received a couple of months ago (placing in the top three for the past five years).