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Undergraduate Study

Welcome to Liverpool Law School, one of the oldest law departments in the UK, and home to the award winning Liverpool Law Clinic. 

Here you will find further information on our programmes, taster sessions to give you a feel for our teaching, hear from some of our students and learn more about pathways to the legal profession.

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Introduction to Department

Learn more about the department, our undergraduate programmes and pathways to legal profession.

School life

School life

Find out about our employability, teaching and student support and view our taster lectures.

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Liverpool Law Clinic

Gain direct, practical experience of advising or representing real clients with genuine cases in our in-house legal practice.

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What our students say

Hear from current students about studying and the opportunities available at the School.

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Why study with us?

Find out why our students have chosen to study Law with us.

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Law discretionary offers

Our commitment to social justice is reflected in our admissions strategy and a degree of discretion is afforded to us at departmental level to be able to personalise our offers.

Study Abroad

Study Abroad

Discover our study abroad opportunities and broaden your horizons.

Malaysia/Singapore to Liverpool

Malaysia/ Singapore to Liverpool

Information for students who want to study at Liverpool Law School through Malaysia/Singapore Universities Transfer Degree Programmes.

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FAQ

We answer some of the many questions that you, our prospective students, have been asking.