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National Student Survey

90% of students said they are satisfied with the teaching of their Law course at Warwick (National Student Survey 2013).


law-reasons2.jpgAs a Warwick graduate, you’ll be sought after by employers. Warwick is ranked 3rd in UK universities targeted by the largest number of the UK’s top employers in 2014-2015 (The Graduate Market in 2015).



We pioneered the contextual approach to studying law over 30 years ago. As well as studying legal judgments and statutes, you’ll examine the impact of economic, cultural and political change on law, and consider how law affects life beyond the courtroom and the lawyer's office.


lawmootcourt.jpgLaw teaching at Warwick is distinctive. We emphasise skills rather than just absorbing information, with a challenging approach to study, students are encouraged to think, not just learn.


Flexible study

We offer flexible LLB degrees – including four-year degrees with a year abroad, joint BA law and sociology or law and business degrees or a BA law degree with options taken in modules from either the faculty of humanities or social sciences.


law-reasons5.pngPut your learning and research into practice through Law in the Community projects or pro bono volunteering.


International perspectives

We encourage international and comparative perspectives on law, which is reflected in our undergraduate and postgraduate courses, our diverse student population, and the teaching staff's international experience.


law-reasons8.pngBe part of a vibrant research community with a programme of public lectures, weekly research seminars, conferences, and visiting fellows.


Postgraduate learning

Our LLM students benefit from small class sizes and greater staff/student interaction. Extensive feedback is provided for both written essays and examinations termly, allowing students to improve throughout their studies.