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 a personal tutor 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.
Our academics are able to draw on their academic backgrounds, subject specialisms, research and experiences to ensure you receive expert support throughout your studies.
Our research is cutting-edge, socially relevant and draws on a wide range of socio-legal, theoretical and doctrinal approaches.
In addition to the dedicated Law library, supported by a specialist Law Librarian, we have a Moot Room, Student Social Space and PGT study area.
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