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    University of Essex offering qualifying law degrees recognised in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

    The University of Essex is a British campus university located near the town of Colchester, England. Established in 1963 and receiving its Royal Charter in 1965, the University has established itself as a centre of excellence for humanities and social sciences, and is highly rated in the United Kingdom and the world for the fields of sociology, philosophy, politics and economics. It now consists of 18 main teaching departments and 36 centres and institutes in a wide range of subject areas, including the fields of human rights, law & government.

    The University's main campus is located within Wivenhoe Park in the English county of Essex, less than a mile from the town of Wivenhoe & 2 miles from the town of Colchester. Apart from the Wivenhoe Park campus, there are campuses in Southend and Loughton (home of the East 15 Acting School) and Ipswich - University Campus Suffolk, a joint venture with the University of East Anglia . The University's motto, Thought the harder, heart the keener, is adapted from the East Saxon poem The Battle of Maldon.

    University of Essex :: Home page

    Faculty of Law and Management

    Welcome to the Faculty of Law and Management which incorporates the Essex Business School, Human Rights Centre and School of Law.

    Essex Business School
    Essex Business School, at the University of Essex, is a research active School offering a broad range of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes.

    Our industry links across the public and private sectors and our international focus mean we are able to offer distinctive learning and research opportunities across both the Colchester and Southend campuses. The School is organised around the four Subject Groups of:
    • Accounting;
    • Entrepreneurship and Innovation;
    • Finance; and
    • Management.


    Human Rights Centre
    The Human Rights Centre co-ordinates the University's interdisciplinary human rights teaching programme, as well as a programme of research, training, external consultancy and publication on international, comparative and national aspects of human rights.

    School of Law
    The School of Law has an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. We offer opportunities for study in all areas of Law at undergraduate (LLB), taught postgraduate (LLM) and research postgraduate (MPhil, PhD) levels. All our degrees are taught by experts committed to excellence in legal scholarship and teaching.

    Our special interests include public law and human rights law at national, European and international levels; company, commercial and trade law; family, child and medical law; the laws governing the use of digital and communications technology; and humanitarian and environmental law.

    The Faculty achieved top-rated awards of grade 5 in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise.

    In terms of student satisfaction our courses compare with those at Imperial College, the LSE and UCL.

    Pro-Vice-Chancellor
    Professor Nigel South BA, MA, PhD, FRSA

    Dean
    Professor Stuart Manson BA, MBA, CA

    Faculty Manager
    Berna Casey
    Law at the University of Essex

    Undergraduate:
    • LLB Law
    • LLB English and French Laws (with Ma?trise)
    • LLB Laws (International Exchange)
    • LLB Law and Philosophy
    • LLB Law and Human Rights
    • LLB Law and Politics
    • BA Philosophy and Law
    • BA Politics and Law
    • BA Law and Human Rights


    Postgraduate Taught:
    • LLM International Human Rights Law
    • LLM UK Human Rights and Public Law
    • LLM European Union Law
    • LLM International Trade Law
    • LLM Information Technology, Media and E-Commerce
    • LLM Health Care Law and Human Rights
    • LLM European Business Law - PALLAS
    • LLM EU Law and Comparative Legal Studies


    Research:
    • MPhil and PhD


    The School of Law has an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. We offer opportunities for study at undergraduate (LLB), taught postgraduate (LLM) and research postgraduate (MPhil, PhD) levels. All of our degrees are taught by experts committed to excellence in legal scholarship and teaching.

    The School has teaching and research interests in all areas of the legal curriculum. Our special interests include public law and human rights law at national, European and international levels; company, commercial and trade law; family, child and medical law; the laws governing the use of digital and communications technology; and humanitarian and environmental law.

    As an Essex undergraduate you will find that all our LLB's are qualifying law degrees. You may study for an LLB in English Law or in Law with another subject (Human Rights, Philosophy or Politics). If you have excellent French language skills, we offer the LLB/Ma?trise through our links with Paris X Nanterre; otherwise we have range of other degrees offering the chance to study abroad.

    At postgraduate level, we offer a range of LLM's including, by way of example, International Human Rights Law, International Trade Law and European Business Law (the PALLAS programme).

    The PALLAS programme is a joint teaching venture of nine leading European Union Universities. This Programme has been ranked among the six best LLM courses in Europe and the ten best in the world. It has produced graduates working across the full range of public and private sector institutions, including top international law firms in most major European countries and on other continents. The Pallas LLM is located at Essex; lecturers come from top law firms around the world and other partner universities. Essex is one of the founders of this inter-university LLM, designed for those thinking of a legal practice which requires knowledge of comparative European law, as well as of the norms coming from the Union itself. Please contact Gail Chapman for more information on this unique course.

    For further details of all of these exciting opportunities and more please follow the link:
    School of Law at the University of Essex, UK
    The School of Law: Contact Info

    If you would like further information about the School and/or the courses it offers please email, telephone, or write to us at the following address:

    School of Law
    University of Essex
    Wivenhoe Park
    Colchester
    CO4 3SQ
    United Kingdom.

    Telephone: +44 (0)1206 872567
    Facsimile: :+44 (0)1206 873428
    Web address: School of Law at the University of Essex, UK

    For specific undergraduate or postgraduate enquiries please use the appropriate contact details given below.

    Undergraduate Contacts

    Undergraduate Admissions:
    Telephone: +44 (0)1206 873778
    E-mail: [email protected] (general enquires) or
    E-mail: [email protected] (law admissions advisor).

    Undergraduate Enquiries (School of Law):
    Telephone: +44 (0)1206 872566
    E-mail: [email protected].

    Postgraduate Contacts

    International Enquiries - Taught courses:
    E-mail:
    [email protected]
    Telephone:
    +44 1206 874470

    International Enquiries - Research studies:
    E-mail:
    [email protected]
    Telephone:
    +44 1206 872585

    Home and EU enquiries - Taught courses:
    E-mail:
    [email protected]
    Telephone:
    01206 872587

    Home and EU enquiries - Research studies:
    E-mail:
    [email protected]
    Telephone:
    01206 872585
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