The University of Warwick is offering all Warwick alumni a 10% discount on their fees if they choose to study another degree with us.
The Law School is offering to top this up to 20% for Warwick graduates to study on our LLM programmes.
Beelam Ramzan who studied on our LLM in International Economic Law has written a post for The News International.
June Ong who graduated from our three year LLB programme in June 2019 has been awarded the Rhodes scholarship as a representative of Malaysia for her studies on the (Bachelor of Civil Law) BCL course, followed by an MPhil in Law. She will be a member of Lady Margaret Hall.
Gurdeep Garcha, who read Law at Warwick from October 1992 to June 1995 was informed on the 15 January 2020 that Her Majesty the Queen had approved the Lord Chancellor’s recommendation that he be appointed Queen’s Counsel. Gurdeep will be formally be sworn in as silk at the Palace of Westminster on the 16 March 2020.
Former LLB student David Noble, who studied at Warwick Law School from 1973-1976, was commissioned by the Care Quality Commission to undertake an independent review into their regulation of Whorlton Hall Hospital in 2015-16 following the exposé on Panorama in May last year.
Gambian Justice Minister Abubacarr Tambadou's actions brought Aung San Suu Kyi to The Hague to deny that her country's military was committing a genocide.
Each year, we present the students who achieved the best overall result in their class with a certificate and a small prize. The presentations took place at our graduation reception following on from the ceremony.
The Law School is proud to announce that Arvind Narrain, former postgraduate law student at the University of Warwick has been named as the inaugural recipient of our Dwijen Rangnekar award for contributions to social justice.