The University’s Law School has many years’ experience of supporting students throughout the UK and countries including America, China, Hong Kong, Trinidad and Tobago, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Our expertise is respected and highly valued by important players in the legal sector.
The new Head of the Law School, Sukhninder Panesar, was appointed in April 2016. With substantial teaching, research and management experience in Higher Education, Sukhninder is ready to lead further changes to the School, building on our links with the profession and improving the student experience. Read more about Sukhninder and our future plans for Law.
As a student, you’ll be welcomed as part of a tight, friendly and innovative community. There are few better starting points for a career in this constantly moving and challenging sector. Substantial numbers of law graduates enter the legal profession either immediately after professional training or a few years later. Find out more about the occupations you can follow with a law degree.
If you have a degree and wish to continue with postgraduate study, we offer a range of Master's degrees. For those students with a qualifying law degree or equivalent we also offer the Legal Practice Course (LPC). This can be studied full or part-time and provides graduates who have completed the academic stage of legal training or Fellows of the Institute of Legal Executives with the professional, vocational stage of training as a solicitor. Further information.
The University's Legal Advice Centre provides free legal advice for the local community, especially for those unable to obtain legal assistance through other charitable organisations.
Research in the University of Wolverhampton Law School is supported by:
Research events in the Faculty of Social Sciences - lectures, workshops and more.
Find out more about the Visiting Scholar Scheme (VSS) for the Faculty of Social Sciences.
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