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Our school is one of the leading law schools in the United Kingdom, with over 80% of our research rated as internationally excellent or world leading, we are also ranked 11th in REF 2014 for research intensity (Times Higher Education REF 2014: Subject Ranking on Intensity).
Our research addresses doctrinal, theoretical and interdisciplinary research themes, and is focused in four research centres: Centre for International Law and Human Rights; Centre for Law and Society; Centre for Crime, Law and Justice; and Centre for Child and Family Justice Research.
We have a thriving postgraduate portfolio, which is characterised by its multidisciplinary approach to the study of law and of criminology. Our students explore law and criminology in the light of current developments, in a learning environment where postgraduates and academics can work in an informal atmosphere conducive to open debate. Our staff bring their research to the classroom environment, ensuring that our curriculum is regularly refreshed and current.
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On this degree you will engage with the ethical issues concerning criminology and criminal justice research and with the policies informing the design of research into crime, deviance and punishment. Read more
The Criminology & Criminal Justice LLM covers a range of criminal justice and criminological debates. It enables you to engage in more specialised socio-legal studies and offers the opportunity to explore discourse on international human rights, criminal law and transitional justice. Read more
The Criminology & Criminal Justice MA covers a range of criminal justice and criminological debates. It also enables you to engage in more specialised socio-legal studies and offers the opportunity to explore discourse on international human rights, criminal law and transitional justice. Read more
What are the key ethical considerations concerning criminological research? How does criminological research differ from other social science research? And how does it inform policy formation? The MSc Criminology and Social Research Methods aims to tackles these key issues in the field of criminology whilst offering exceptional postgraduate training. Read more
The LLM International Human Rights Law is your opportunity to explore the way that international law is used to protect human rights and enables you to gain expertise in a distinct yet relatively broad specialism. Read more