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The University of Law agrees partnership with the University of Chester

The University of Law (ULaw) has reached an agreement with the University of Chester to continue to deliver ULaw’s Postgraduate full-time and part-time professional programmes in
the city.

From September 2021, ULaw will move from the current Christleton Road campus to a designated suite of teaching rooms at the University of Chester’s Queen’s Park site.

All of ULaw’s Postgraduate professional programmes will be taught there from September this year as well as the LLB year three and year two of the part-time LPC. However, if social distancing is still in place in September, meaning face to face classes are restricted, all ULaw classes will take place online.

ULaw will provide all teaching, study support, employability and pastoral care for ULaw students, who will benefit from being able to use the facilities at the University’s Queen’s Park site, as well as the extensive amenities on the Exton Park site on Parkgate Road.                                                                                              

Professor Andrea Nollent, Vice-Chancellor & CEO at The University of Law, said: “We are very pleased to announce the news of this arrangement with the University of Chester and look forward to being able to continue delivering vocational training and working with law firms in the city to nurture future talent.”

Professor Eunice Simmons, Vice Chancellor of the University of Chester said: “We have close links with The University of Law and are delighted to cement our partnership.

“The agreement provides the opportunity for The University of Law students and staff to benefit from our extensive amenities and further strengthens our Law School’s established place in the legal community.”