Modules are taught through small seminars, enabling all involved to actively engage in discussions and debates and for contributions of staff and students to be well-balanced. The School provides excellent facilties and support including teaching from academics who are experts in the field, a personal tutor and student-staff liaison committee and our Lasok Law Library which is officially recognised by the European Commission as a European Documentation Centre.
Entry requirements Normally a reasonably good Law degree and a sound understanding of the basic principles of public and private law. We are happy to consider students with qualifications or degrees other than in Law, e.g. Accountancy or Business Studies, if those qualifications include a substantial legal element.