United Kingdom, England

Being one of the country’s oldest legal education specialist providers, the University of Law has nine campuses across the country in Bristol, Birmingham, Chester, Leeds, Guildford, Manchester, Nottingham and London along with a branch in Singapore. Founded in 1962, it was formed from the merging of the Law Society School of Law and the tutorial firm Gibson and Weldon and was earlier known as The College of Law. As the largest law school in the country, it provides specialist legal training and law degrees along with Graduate Diplomas in Law and Legal Practice courses at the University of Exeter, University of East Anglia, University of Reading and University of Liverpool. The university introduced its Business School in 2016 and has partnerships with international institutions like Berlin’s GISMA Business School. With its contemporary teaching practices, it also opened its new campus in Hong Kong which is an international finance and commerce hub.

Campus Life

Being a student at the University of Law also means being part of its Student Association and it also gives the opportunity to be part of its Events Committee that organizes activities like dancing, quiz nights, sports, theatre and debating societies. The Societies and Clubs of the university focus on several aspects like cooking, debating, football, netball, abseiling and several others. A platform called Studentpad helps students to find accommodation near the campus along with the facebook group of the campus that lists available flats and houses. The Personal Tutor Scheme of the university provides guidance from a professional throughout the study and also in the future career. The Student Association president acts as a liaison between the student body and the administrative departments of the university and helps your voice to be heard where required. The Freshers’ Weeks begins in September can include events like comedy nights and quizzes along with balls in summer and end of the year.

Noted Alumni

The most notable alumni include the football executive, Eniola Aluko and the professor at Harvard School of Public Health and lecturer in Law at Harvard Law School, Jacqueline Bhabha along with former Labour Member of Parliament for Salford and Eccles, Hazel Blears.