School of Law
The Keele School of Law has a distinctive profile in UK legal education. We are known internationally for our critical and inter-disciplinary approach to law and social justice. Our research-driven programmes combine academic excellence with a wide range of career and employability opportunities.
Keele School of Law is a close-knit community of staff, students and alumni. Our students learn in a collegial and supportive environment that encourages their intellectual, personal and professional development.
As a medium-sized law school, we are able to offer smaller class sizes, more opportunities for staff-student interaction, and a higher level of personal support. We view our students as individuals, not numbers, and are highly invested in their success.
All students are assigned an academic mentor who provides individualised advice on academic and pastoral matters throughout their degree. They are also supported by our bespoke in-house Senior Practitioner in Law, Student Education and Learning Enhancement Manager, and Student Learning Development Fellow. At every level, our curriculum is enriched by a wide array of opportunities to develop employability skills, gain work experience, or join our student-led societies.
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Our research is cutting-edge, socially relevant and draws on a wide range of socio-legal, theoretical and doctrinal approaches.
Our students have access to outstanding facilities, including a specialist law library, a purpose-built moot room and spacious learning and social spaces.
Undergraduate courses - 5 reasons why to choose Keele Law School