The City Law School is one of London’s major law schools offering an impressive range of academic and professional courses.
With three levels of study – undergraduate, postgraduate and professional – the school offers courses suitable for everyone interested in following a career in law no matter what stage they are or where they are from. In addition, the School also offers a wide range of tailored CPD courses for qualified lawyers and those in associated professions.
With around 260 students enrolling on LLB (Hons) each year, degree provides with a grounding in law whilst at the same time allowing develop own areas of special interest. LLB degree gives you a foundation in the essential skills and knowledge needed to be successful in law;
It gives a range of transferable skills which will help to pursue a career path outside law.
The LLM at The City Law School is a flexible Masters programme which enables students to develop a critical understanding of specialist or linked areas of the law through a combination of in-depth scholarship, practitioner contact and real-world insights. Each year approximately 150 outstanding graduate students are admitted from around the world to Master of Laws (LLM) degree programme. Students come from a wide range of backgrounds -including those of who have just completed their undergraduate studies and those with experience in fields such as private practice at law firms or as in house counsel, non-legal work in sectors such as finance and energy, public service, as well as involvement in international organizations and NGOs.
The School provides a dedicated, professional and responsive library service across the four campuses of City, University of London. Collections of print and electronic resources support the teaching and research activities of the institution. printed collections consist of around 250,000 books with over 25,000 electronic journal titles and over 1600 study places available in our libraries.
The City Law School
City University of London
London EC1V 0HB
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