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Lincoln Law School

 

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Lincoln Law School

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Email: law@lincoln.ac.uk

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Lincoln Law School
Brayford Pool
Lincoln
LN6 7TS

Lincoln Law School provides a rich academic environment delivering research-informed, internationally relevant programmes. Our student community investigates themes of law in society, human rights and equality.

Law has a long and illustrious heritage in Lincoln, from the city’s possession of one of only four surviving original copies of the Magna Carta, to the work of its courts and Lincoln Law School today.

Lincoln Law School provides a vibrant academic environment where you will take a contextual approach to international law, develop creative and critical-thinking skills and be encouraged to contribute to research and live consultancy projects. Dedicated facilities, including a 95-seat moot court, lecture theatres, breakout areas and seminar rooms, provide award-winning learning spaces.

We offer LLB and LLM taught courses as well as a wide range of research opportunities.

The University of Lincoln

Based on the Brayford Marina, our waterfront campus is compact, safe and welcoming. Located in the heart of historic Lincoln, all amenities from supermarkets to bookshops are within a few minutes' walk. 

Our award-winning campus comprises stunning waterside accommodation in the Student Village, the Great Central Warehouse Library, academic buildings, sports facilities and Student Support.

The David Chiddick Building, home to the Lincoln Law School, opened in 2011. It is a student-centred space that Law shares with Lincoln Business School, complete with ‘learning lounges’, lecture theatres, social spaces and a moot court for students to practice advocacy. 

At Lincoln, engagement with, and the satisfaction of, our students comes first. We support all students to achieve their very best. On graduation, nine out of ten of our most recent graduates were in work or further study six months after finishing their course, with two thirds in graduate level roles. We offer world-class degree programmes in a campus full of state-of-the-art facilities, taught by staff who are some of the leading experts in their fields.

When you join us, you become part of a thriving academic community, live and learn in a safe, historic city, and graduate with exceptional career prospects.

Research at Lincoln Law School

Research plays a central role in the School, reflected in the publications of our academics and the engagement of staff and students at research conferences. Our staff carry out original research, publishing their findings widely. They engage in consultancy and advisory work with charities, law firms and government agencies.

Research students are welcomed into a cross-disciplinary, collaborative academic community where they are encouraged to conduct research and discuss their work with supportive supervisory teams. You will benefit from training in research methodologies and practice and will be supported to present your findings at conferences and symposia.

The School’s international research includes doctrinal, empirical and theoretical studies. Researchers explore the role of law in society and in the broader social science landscape. Areas of particular expertise include global environmental change, human rights, gender equality, criminal justice and corporate governance.

VITAL STATISTICS

Total No. of Students465

Male–Female Ratio::

Student Satisfaction89% (NSS)

International StudentsYes

Part-Time StudentsYes

Employability96%

Distance LearningNo

Lincoln Law School provides a rich academic environment delivering research-informed, internationally relevant programmes. Our student community investigates themes of law in society, human rights and equality.

Law has a long and illustrious heritage in Lincoln, from the city’s possession of one of only four surviving original copies of the Magna Carta, to the work of its courts and Lincoln Law School today.

Lincoln Law School provides a vibrant academic environment where you will take a contextual approach to international law, develop creative and critical-thinking skills and be encouraged to contribute to research and live consultancy projects. Dedicated facilities, including a 95-seat moot court, lecture theatres, breakout areas and seminar rooms, provide award-winning learning spaces.

We offer LLB and LLM taught courses as well as a wide range of research opportunities.

The University of Lincoln

Based on the Brayford Marina, our waterfront campus is compact, safe and welcoming. Located in the heart of historic Lincoln, all amenities from supermarkets to bookshops are within a few minutes' walk. 

Our award-winning campus comprises stunning waterside accommodation in the Student Village, the Great Central Warehouse Library, academic buildings, sports facilities and Student Support.

The David Chiddick Building, home to the Lincoln Law School, opened in 2011. It is a student-centred space that Law shares with Lincoln Business School, complete with ‘learning lounges’, lecture theatres, social spaces and a moot court for students to practice advocacy. 

At Lincoln, engagement with, and the satisfaction of, our students comes first. We support all students to achieve their very best. On graduation, nine out of ten of our most recent graduates were in work or further study six months after finishing their course, with two thirds in graduate level roles. We offer world-class degree programmes in a campus full of state-of-the-art facilities, taught by staff who are some of the leading experts in their fields.

When you join us, you become part of a thriving academic community, live and learn in a safe, historic city, and graduate with exceptional career prospects.

Research at Lincoln Law School

Research plays a central role in the School, reflected in the publications of our academics and the engagement of staff and students at research conferences. Our staff carry out original research, publishing their findings widely. They engage in consultancy and advisory work with charities, law firms and government agencies.

Research students are welcomed into a cross-disciplinary, collaborative academic community where they are encouraged to conduct research and discuss their work with supportive supervisory teams. You will benefit from training in research methodologies and practice and will be supported to present your findings at conferences and symposia.

The School’s international research includes doctrinal, empirical and theoretical studies. Researchers explore the role of law in society and in the broader social science landscape. Areas of particular expertise include global environmental change, human rights, gender equality, criminal justice and corporate governance.

VITAL STATISTICS

Total No. of Students465

Male–Female Ratio::

Student Satisfaction89% (NSS)

International StudentsYes

Part-Time StudentsYes

Employability96%

Distance LearningNo

Contact

Lincoln Law School

Tel: 01522 882000

Email: law@lincoln.ac.uk

http://lincoln.ac.uk/law

Lincoln Law School
Brayford Pool
Lincoln
LN6 7TS

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