The Wolverhampton

Law School

Social Sciences - Law
Social Sciences - Law

Welcome to the Wolverhampton Law School

The University’s Law School has over 30 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.

Undergraduate Courses

Undergraduate courses

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. 

View our undergraduate courses


Mock Court Room

Moot Court Room

The Law School is based in the University's contemporary Millennium City Building and benefits from a range of specialist facilities to help you study.
Discover our Court Room

legal advice centre

Legal Advice Centre

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.
More information

Why not come along to our next Open Day and take a tour of our facilities?

Accreditation (CILEx)

The University of Wolverhampton is proud to work in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) to offer an alternative route to becoming a lawyer.

More information on the course

Legal Practice Course (LPC)

The Legal Practice Course (LPC) can be studied full or part-time and provides graduates who have completed the academic stage of legal training or Members or Fellows of the Institute of Legal Executives with the professional, vocational stage of training as a solicitor.

Further information

Contact Us

The Wolverhampton Law School
University of Wolverhampton
Millennium City Building
City Campus Wulfruna (South)


Staff directory

Enquire online

01902 322484 (general enquiries)
01902 323518
(course enquiries)

Fax: 01902 323365

Postgraduate Courses (Full time & Part time)

Postgraduate courses

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) for those who wish to enter the legal profession as a solicitor. View our postgraduate courses

Law Career Essentials

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

LLB By Distance Learning

Distance Learning

In this part-time online course, you will study the essential modules required for entry into the legal profession, as dictated by the Law Society of England & Wales and the UK bar Council.

Further information on this course

International Law

The Law School delivers the LLM International Corporate and Financial Law in both Hong Kong and Mauritius, in addition to its domestic delivery.

Further information

Our TNE partnerships include:

  • Various Law programmes - Mauritius Branch Campus
  • LLB (top up) - Sri Lanka
  • LLM International Corporate and Financial Law - Hong Kong 
  • BA (Hons) Business and Law - Hong Kong
  • LLM International Corporate and Financial Law (Oil and Gas) - Russia

Why not find out more about our International Activity

News and Events

Mooting Competition

Congratulations to our Moot Team for winning the Spirit of the NSLS (National Student Law Society) Award.  The Award was given for outstanding performance throughout all rounds of the competition, finishing 3rd out of 64 teams. Find out more about our Mooting success.

Solicitor Tom Fletcher and Trainee Solicitor Raman Dhillon came to the University to deliver an interactive workshop demystifying the Assessment Centre for prospective solicitors. Find out more about the Assessment Centre and Mock Interviews.

Find out more about our Mentoring Scheme with DWF Solicitors and our other News and Events


Open Day

Find out more about the next Open Day on the 7th May 2014.


Research in the Wolverhampton Law School is supported by our three research centres:

The Law Research Centre

CISPP - Central Institute for the Study of Public Protection

Centre for Natural Resources Law and Management