15-16 Park Row, Leeds, Yorkshire and the Humber, United Kingdom | Private University | Established 1876
The Univesity of Law is one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education. ULaw can trace their origins to 1876 with the formation of tutorial firm Gibson & Weldon, and in 2016, they opened their leading Business School. With a rich heritage and a reputation for innovation and contemporary teaching practices, ULaw continuously focuses on developing the best legal and business minds.
The University of Law's state of the art facility is located on Park Row, one of the most prestigious streets in Leeds, which is just down the road from Leeds Train Station. There are hundreds of restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs to choose from in the city and the Trinity Shopping Centre, which is just minutes away, has a wide variety of popular shops and a cinema.
The compact lecture theatres at the Leeds campus make it easier for students to interact with their tutors and take part in practical learning. The campus’ library is a great place for students to get all revision and research done, with hundreds of books available to take out. This campus hosts a professional standard, state-of-the-art courtroom equipped with video link, meaning witnesses can appear live from anywhere in the world and students can get real experience. Students at the Leeds campus will also have access to real advocacy attire with robes and wigs, making the court room experience that bit more authentic.
At Leeds, the tutors and staff pride themselves on delivering the pinnacle of legal and business education and are dedicated to helping students achieve their career ambitions. The tutors are all industry professionals that will teach students the practical skills needed to kick start their careers.
Why the University of Law
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