About The University of Law
The University of Law is one of the world’s leading professional law schools and we’ve been training lawyers for over 100 years.
What makes The University of Law different?
- The professional nature of our law degrees: ideal grounding for careers in law as well as business, banking, finance, the civil service, etc.
- Employability focus: built in, timetabled employability sessions and the full support of our highly regarded Careers and Employability Service
- A unique combination of academic rigour and practical skills
- Taught in a realistic, professional environment
- All our tutors are qualified lawyers
- A choice of seven campuses around the UK for our law degree
How can we help you?
The University is dedicated to supporting and helping school and college students to make their future decisions. We’re on hand to attend fairs and parents evenings, we run workshops or deliver talks to demystify careers in and the study of law. Find out what’s on offer for your students in our Events section.
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Three New Law Degree Options
We've also widened our choice of law degrees for 2018:
FREE GUIDES TO A CAREER IN LAW
A career in law offers more diversity than almost any other profession. From company secretary to paralegal or High Court Judge, a legal education is an excellent starting point. Raise your pupil’s aspirations with our free handy Essential Guide to a Career in Law. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
“To succeed as a lawyer, you need a capacity for hard work, written and oral communication skills and empathy for your clients.”
Baroness Shami Chakrabarti, Honorary Doctor of The University of Law
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF LAW
The University of Law has recently been awarded TEF Gold for the standard of our teaching. We employ over 250 qualified and experienced solicitors, barristers and judges to teach and have trained more practising lawyers than anyone else. In addition to our award-winning careers service we have an established professional mentoring programme, working with over 550 external lawyers. We have campuses in 7 cities across the UK and set students up for success.
MEET US AT OPEN DAYS, EVENTS & UCAS EXHIBITIONS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
For more information contact:The University of Law
0800 3280153 | email@example.com | www.law.ac.uk
Each Campus has a dedicated Student Recruitment Manager with whom you can discuss your students needs and what we can do for them, as well as organising bespoke events either on campus or, subject to availabilty, in your school.
|Birmingham||Beth.Jobbins@law.ac.uk||01483 216005||07891 738 717|
|Bristol||Hayley.Mason@law.ac.uk||01483 216276||07875 558 397|
|Chester||Carl.Griffiths@law.ac.uk||01483 216954||07811 528 099|
|Guildford||Hannah.Pike@law.ac.uk||01483 216356||07891 137 117|
|Leeds||Stephanie.Amor@law.ac.uk||01483 216077||07816 453 536|
|London Bloomsbury||Richard.Palmer@law.ac.uk||01483 216612||
07717 587 874
|Manchester||Katherine.Meehan@law.ac.uk||01483 216854||07790 541 871 |
I chose The University of Law because it's so focused. It's almost vocational. You're learning to think like a lawyer rather than learning the law.Matthew Hooker , LLB student, The University of Law London Bloomsbury