University of Bradford School of Law
The School of Law sits within the Faculty of Management and Law on the Emm Lane Campus.
Our cohort of LLB students has grown from 50 in 2005 - our founding year - to 135 in 2013.
We pride ourselves on our personal approach. We are friendly law school, with an intake of around one hundred undergraduate students every year. We get to know our students and encourage a sense of community and belonging, so that we can personally support students and help you to reach your potential.
Tailor your degree to suit your interests
The graduate landscape is more competitive than ever today, so we have recently developed a suite of courses for you to choose from. Our new, specialist LLBs allow you to study for a qualifying law degree as well as follow your particular interest in law, helping you to stand out from the crowd.
Learn at the forefront of legal education
As a research-active law school, our programmes are designed by experts in legal education and the curriculum is underpinned by the latest research in law and management. Our interdisciplinary courses will give your legal education an edge, and will get you thinking about a range of topics beyond the field of law.
Develop transferrable skills
We will provide you with a range of opportunities to develop your skills, knowledge and confidence to enhance your employability. Our courses are designed to increase your employability and employment prospects by equipping you with transferrable skills such as critical thinking and problem solving.
Gain practical experience
Get involved with mock trials and mooting competitions, practicing your public speaking and debating skills and improving your confidence.