Introduction to the Liverpool Law School
Liverpool Law School is one of the oldest law departments in the UK. We are committed to contributing, through the excellence of our research and policy work, to critical exploration of the role of law in promoting, or inhibiting, social justice. We strive for social relevance and to influence public debate and policy at the local, national, European and international levels.
Fees and Scholarships
|Tuiton fees||Tuition fees for 2023 are £21,150.|
|Tuition Fee Reduction||All students will have a tuition fee reduction of £1,000.|
|VC Attainment Award||
Students who meet the criteria will receive the VC Attainment Award of £2,500.
|Travel Expenses||All students will be awarded £500 towards their travel after they have arrived in the UK and opened a bank account.|
|Departmental Scholarships||All students who meet the criteria are eligible to apply for the £5,000 Departmental Scholarships.|
Liverpool Law School Information Links
For more information on the Law Clinic, International Student Testimonials and an Insiders Guide to Liverpool. See our leaflet: Liverpool Law School Links
The University of Liverpool has over 4,400 student rooms in both city and off campus accomodation. There are also alternative rooms and some can be found in our leaflet: Accommodation
Entry into the UK Legal Profession
There are two main routes to qualify as a lawyer in England and Wales. You can qualify as a solicitor or a barrister. Lawyer is a generic term that encompasses both sides of the legal profession. These separate branches of the profession are regulated by different regulators. Solicitors are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Barristers are regulated by the Bar Standards Board (BSB). There are three stages to qualification for any aspiring lawyer: (i) degree (ii) vocational course and (iii) work-based learning.
For more information see our leaflet: Entry into the UK Legal Profession.
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