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    De Montfort University offering qualifying law degrees recognised in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

    De Montfort University (DMU) is a British university situated in the centre of Leicester, England. The university is made up of one main campus and one outlying campus. The main campus is currently being expanded to incorporate a new Business and Law building which will move all the main buildings towards one centre point. The faculties currently on the campus are: Art and Design (The Fletcher Building), Technology (Gateway House and Queen's Building), Humanities (Clephan Building) and The Institute Of Creative Technologies, with the faculty of Health and Life Sciences being situated on the outlying Charles Friers campus.

    The Faculty of Business and Law

    The Faculty of Business and Law incorporates the Leicester Business School and the De Montfort Law School. The Business School is one of the top schools in the country according to the results of the 2007 National Student Survey. The School is an accredited provider of professional courses approved by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), and the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD). Construction of a new ?£35million building to hold both Schools is underway and is scheduled for completion in 2009. The University also has a long history of international partnerships. In 1997 the business school collaborated to help found a business school in India - Daly College Business School.

    De Montfort University - Leicester, UK | undergraduate, postgraduate and part-time education

    Leicester De Montfort Law School

    High quality undergraduate, postgraduate and professional legal courses

    Leicester De Montfort Law School offers an extensive portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional legal courses. The School enjoys a first class reputation for teaching courses that provide essential knowledge and academic and vocational skills vital for successful careers in many legal fields. More about Leicester De Montfort Law School:
    Leicester De Montfort Law School - About Us | De Montfort University - Leicester, UK

    Leicester De Montfort Law School is delighted to be hosting the prestigious Socio-Legal Studies Association annual conference on the 7th-9th April 2009. It is the first time that the university has hosted this conference which attracts over 300 socio-legal scholars from around the world. The conference will be organised around over 30 thematic streams, ranging from Medical Law and Ethics to Indigenous Rights and the Law, and a number of 'keyword' sessions where speakers can explore common themes such as 'risk'.

    More information about the conference is available on the website. We hope that you will join us for what promises to be an enjoyable and stimulating event.

    Visit the SLSA website here:
    SLSA - Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference - Tuesday 7th - Thursday 9th April 2009 | De Montfort University - Leicester, UK

    • Department of Law
    • Professional Legal Studies

    Department of Law

    The Department of Law offers undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees through full-time, part-time and distance learning study modes, catering for many different types of students at many stages of their professional careers.

    Because we are a big Department, we can offer this range of courses and extensive staff expertise, but everything we do is underpinned by quality, and by a concern for our students as individuals. That is why we interview most applicants, and why each of our courses is relatively small in size, compared with other Law Schools.
    • Courses
    • Research
    • Staff
    • Study a Law Degree Part-Time
    • Client Interviewing
    • Mooting
    • Law Club
    • Pro-Bono Work
    • Career Opportunities

    Leicester De Montfort Law School is located in the Elfed Thomas building, just a few moments walk from the heart of the city centre and close to the various sets of barristers’ chambers and the major law firms in Leicester. Students benefit from a dedicated Law environment with excellent staff support and facilities such as a mock courtroom and a new integrated Law Library, one of only a few in the UK.

    Why Study Law at Leicester De Montfort University?
    • A Law School where students are treated as individuals
    • One of the leading 'new' University Law Schools
    • A wide range of courses and options, taught by highly-experienced lecturers and all our Professors
    • Regular student success in regional and national mooting and client interviewing competitions
    • Flexibility – full-time, part-time and distance learning study modes
    • New integrated Law Library
    • Guaranteed LPC place for successful LLB graduates (subject to conditions)
    • Focus on individual student needs
    • Extensive availability of electronic sources and IT
    • Investment in the future – DMU is currently investing millions on campus, and we now benefit from a new Student Centre, opened last year, and new, high quality student accommodation.

    Professional Legal Studies

    Since its formation in 1989, the Department of Professional Legal Studies has provided for the training needs of those entering the legal profession.

    We are an experienced provider of first class legal education and training, offering the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and the Graduate Diploma in Law (CPE).

    The Department offers students
    • Excellent careers provision, including a mentoring scheme and vacation placement schemes as well as individual careers advice and guidance.
    • Support from a friendly and caring staff team with recent practical experience and invaluable links with both commercial and traditional practices
    • The Law School's integrated Law Library, an exclusive Professional Legal Studies law library and computer resource room with full Internet access (including individual email account) and the use of online services such as Westlaw and Butterworth’s Online
    • A wide selection of elective subjects on the LPC aimed at both the commercial and private client sector, taught in small workshop groups.
    • Opportunities to be involved in pro bono work.

    Head of Department
    Kerrie Deakin
    Janet Sharman
    Tel 0116 207 8187
    Email [email protected]

    International Students

    It is a pleasure to introduce you to the University and we hope that you will be able to join us and become part of our vibrant international student community. Our students come from all over the world, and study a wide range of courses from our pre-degree Foundation course to one of our specialist Masters or research degrees. You will find a lot of information on this site for international students like you, but if you cannot find the information that you are looking for, please do contact us - we would love to hear from you.
    Professor David Wilson, Dean of Faculty of Business and Law

    More info:
    International Students - Index | De Montfort University - Leicester, UK

    Business Undergraduate Admissions and Enquiries

    Leicester Business School
    Bosworth House
    De Montfort University
    The Gateway
    LE1 9BH
    United Kingdom

    Tel: +44 (0)116 257 7458
    Fax: +44 (0)116 250 6255
    Email: [email protected]

    Business Postgraduate Admissions and Enquiries

    Leicester Business School
    Graduate Centre, Bede Island
    De Montfort University
    The Gateway
    LE1 9BH
    United Kingdom

    Tel: +44 (0)116 257 7230
    Fax: +44 (0)116 250 6329
    Email: [email protected]

    Law Admissions and Enquiries

    Leicester De Montfort Law School
    Elfed Thomas Building
    De Montfort University
    The Gateway
    LE1 9BH
    United Kingdom

    Tel: +44 (0)116 257 7177
    Fax: +44 (0)116 257 7186
    Email: [email protected]
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