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

    The University of Leicester is a research led university based in Leicester, England, with approximately 20,000 registered students - about 13,000 of them full-time students and 7,000 part-time and/or distance learning. The main campus is a mile south of the city centre, adjacent to Victoria Park and Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College.

    On 23 October 2008 the University was named University of the Year by the Times Higher Education at their annual awards celebration.

    University of Leicester

    The University is organised into six faculties.
    • Faculty of Medicine and Biological Sciences
    • Faculty of Arts
    • Faculty of Law
    • Faculty of Science
    • Faculty of Social Sciences (expanded in 2004 to include the Faculty of Education)
    • Faculty of Engineering


    The Faculty of Law

    University of Leicester Campus, showing the Faculty of Law and the David Wilson Library under constructionWithin the university structure, the Faculty of Law is the smallest Faculty, however, it has one of the biggest departments as the Department of Law. The Law School has strong formal relationships with top law schools in many other countries such as France, South Africa, Singapore and Australia. It also has a number of leading academics who provide consultation to a number of legal and governmental bodies such as Professor Erika Szyszczak, Professor Chris Clarkson and Professor Malcolm Shaw QC.

    In July 2007, two undergraduate law students, namely Steven Meltzer and Michael Weinstein won the International Negotiation Competition in Singapore, which is only the second occasion that a team from England and Wales has won the competition. As a result of this win, the law school will be the hosts for the 2008 National Negotiation Competition, which is sponsored by the College of Law and CEDR.

    The Faculty maintains links with many top law firms, including the Magic Circle firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, who offer a one year scholarship to a Leicester student studying for the dual Law and French degree. The Law School is very proud of its flourishing Student Law Society which plays a central role in the life of the student body. Many law graduates at the university go on to follow careers in the City as commercial solicitors or barristers and so law at the university remains a popular choice and is always over-subscribed.

    According to the Times Online Good University Guide 2009, the Faculty of Law is ranked 8th, out of 87 institutions, making it one of the top law schools in the country.

    University of Leicester School of Law

    About the Law School

    Welcome to the University of Leicester School of Law

    The law school consistently features among the top law schools in the country. Here are five reasons why we do so well in the league tables:
    • We are committed to offering the best in undergraduate and postgraduate legal education.
    • We strive to deliver research and writing to the highest international standards.
    • We have formal links with top-class law schools in many other countries, particularly in other European countries.
    • Our graduates are highly regarded both by the legal professions and by a wide range of employers.
    • We are a large, friendly and cosmopolitan law school with an international outlook.


    We hope you will choose the University of Leicester as your first choice law school for your legal education.

    Professor Panu Minkkinen Head of School of Law

    Some Good Reasons to Choose Leicester to Study Law
    • In the top seven law schools in the country in the National Student Surveys 2005-2008
    • In terms of research power, 17th of 67 rated law schools in the RAE 2008
    • The exceptionally wide range of optional modules offered
    • The friendliness and informality of relations between staff and students
    • The cosmopolitan nature of the Law School
    • The flourishing Student Law Society
    • A guarantee for the first year of a place in University accommodation


    More Info:
    About the School of Law: University of Leicester


    Courses

    Undergraduate Studies in Law

    The University of Leicester Law School has consistently been rated a top Law School: importantly, for undergraduates, our teaching was rated as excellent in the last Higher Education funding assessment. In addition, 75 % of the School's research output was rated to be internationally significant in the Research Assessment Exercise 2008. In terms of research power, the School ranked 17th of 67 rated law schools in the country. This indicates the strength of expertise of staff within their own specialist areas.

    Why law?

    Introduction to the Law School

    Courses
    • LLB Law
    • LLB (European Union)
    • LLB (International)
    • LLB in Law with French Law and Language
    • Double degree (LLB/Ma?trise) in English and French Law
    • BA Economics and Law
    • LLB (Senior Status)
    • Modules


    Applications and admissions (Admissions for overseas students)

    Next step/Further Information

    School of Law, University of Leicester,
    LEICESTER, LE1 7RH, United Kingdom
    Tel: +44 (0)116 252 2363
    Fax: +44 (0)116 252 5023
    Email: [email protected]

    More Info:
    Undergraduate Courses: Faculty of Law: University of Leicester

    Graduate Studies in Law - The Leicester LLM

    Enhance your career with a postgraduate degree and choose a highly respected UK Law School.

    We offer extensive up to date teaching materials written by over fifty leading academics and delivered by experienced tutors with strong professional and academic backgrounds.

    Why choose the Leicester LLM?
    • you will receive quality teaching in small seminar classes
    • you will develop and refine expertise in your selected area of study
    • you will obtain a critical understanding of law in its socio-legal, comparative and interdisciplinary contexts
    • you will be able to analyse, interpret and apply a wide range of legal materials
    • you will be able to apply your understanding in a variety of environments, both academic and professional
    • you will be able to clearly communicate your expertise to specialist, professional and lay audiences


    The Campus LLM

    The campus courses provide a wide choice of modules while allowing you to specialise in a particular field.

    LLM (General Programme)
    LLM in European Law and Integration
    LLM in Human Rights
    LLM in International Commercial Law
    LLM in Legal Research
    LLM in Public International Law

    Distance Learning LLM

    We have over twenty years of delivering postgraduate courses by distance learning and have taught over 1,500 students from more than 60 countries.
    • LLM in European Union Law
    • LLM in Employment Law


    We also offer shorter courses, including a Postgraduate Diploma in both EU Law and Employment Law and a Postgraduate Certificate in EU Law.

    At Leicester, we also offer a two postgraduate research degrees: MPhil and PhD (you can also complete the PhD through distance learning).

    More Info:
    LLM Graduate Courses in Law: University of Leicester

    Contact

    School of Law
    University of Leicester
    University Road
    Leicester
    LE1 7RH
    UK

    tel:+44 (0)116 252 2363
    fax:+44 (0)116 252 5023
    email: [email protected]
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