Studying your LLB at Queen Mary School of Law is an enriching and rewarding experience. We have a range of resources to support your learning and well-being, help you figure out your future career, and build you professional experience and networks. Find out more about what we offer:
Studying with us will allow you to build strong and meaningful links to the wider community and establishing relationships with leading law firms and industry experts. We also pride ourselves on being an extremely diverse school with more than 80% of students coming from overseas.
The Mile End Campus is just 15 minutes from the centre of the City, where you will find numerous legal landmarks including the Royal Courts of Justice.
Law at Queen Mary ranked 15th in REF2021, according to Times Higher Education
We offer over 60 modules in various aspects of the law including criminal law, family law and animal rights
We have over 100 links with industry including law firms, chambers, and NGOs.
Studying law at Queen Mary gives you the unique opportunity to join our award-winning Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre. Under the supervision of practising lawyers, you will give legal advice to members of the general public, and Queen Mary staff and students on a variety legal issues, allowing you gain professional work experience and grow your CV. You can also get involved with its community projects. Find out more about the Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre.
Our specialist law careers team are on hand throughout your degree to offer you one-to-one advice and career support sessions. They also utilise their excellent industry connections to organise work experience opportunities and careers events, such as law fairs, workshops and networking events with leading law firms, barristers, and policy makers. Find out more about our law careers service.
Our academic staff are global leaders in their fields - committed to understanding and providing answers to some of the world’s most pressing legal, social, and political questions, and to actively engaging their research to improve the lives of those who suffer systematic human rights violations, state violence, discrimination, and oppression.
Many of our staff have been involved with high profile organisations such as Amnesty International, Médecins Sans Frontières, the United Nations, the International Court of Justice, and the European Commission. Read our staff profiles to find out more.
Undergraduate law students at Queen Mary University of London have access to excellent information resources to help with their studies. The library has vast holdings of British publications and also materials from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States, continental Europe, and other parts of the world. In addition, students have access to an impressive number of online legal resources both on and off campus. Find out more about the library and resources.
We understand that studying an LLB can be stressful and challenging. We are committed to providing you with the support you need both with your studies and general well-being. Find out about the student support services we offer.