School of Law

Keele Law School prides itself on its distinctive and outward-looking law degrees.  Our courses cover a full spectrum of needs and interests, from the undergraduate to postgraduate levels, and beyond.  Studying Law will open up a wide range of career opportunities, including those across local and national governments and the volunteer sector. You could also undertake further study or training to allow you to work as a probation officer, social worker, youth worker, prison officer, solicitor or barrister.

Research and professional development

Keele Law School has a long-standing reputation for research excellence, drawing upon socio-legal, theoretical and doctrinal approaches, and in philosophical and applied ethics. This excellence was recognised in REF 2014 with 26% of all research submitted viewed as world-leading, placing us within the top 22 Law Schools for world-leading research (65% world-leading or internationally excellent), and 53% of our submitted impact work judged as world-leading, bringing us in the Top 15 for world-leading impact work.

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