University of Law - London Moorgate

2 Bunhill Row, London, Greater London, United Kingdom | Private University | Established 1874

About us

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 a 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 newly refurbished campus is close to both underground and mainline train stations such as Moorgate, Farringdon and Liverpool Street and is walking distance from other underground stations such as Bank and Old Street. This well-connected campus is in the middle of the finance district and is near to the biggest names in the legal industry. The area is buzzing with City workers enjoying the many pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes. It is also close to vibrant areas such as Shoreditch, Hoxton and Spitalfields with their excellent shopping, art and fashion scenes.

The Moorgate campus has a spacious library, spread across two floors, where there are always plenty of computers and the staff are available to help students with their research. The newly refurbished reception area and cyber café are used for group study and are great places to socialise in between workshops and lectures. What sets this campus apart is its location. The campus is surrounded by major law firms, banks and other financial institutions which ULaw has close links to. The University of Law's Employability team and Pro Bono unit can give students the opportunity to work with real clients, check their CVs and conduct mock interviews to prepare them for the world of work.

At London Moorgate, the tutors and staff are dedicated to helping students achieve their education and career ambitions. Students stuying Law will be able to benefit from the tutors’ expertise from their previous experience as qualified lawyers, many of them having been solicitors and partners at leading law firms.

Why the University of Law

  • Heritage: ULaw is one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education, tracing their origins to 1876 with the formation of tutorial firm Gibson & Weldon, and in 2016, they opened their leading Business School.
  • Innovative and Contemporary Teaching Practices: All of ULaw's courses – from their undergraduate law degrees to their diverse range of business courses and postgraduate programmes – are designed with a unique, varied and innovative learning approach proven to deliver self-reliant professionals who can compete in the fast-changing professional world.
  • Focused on Employability: The school focuses exclusively on practice-based training and gives students access to expert Careers and Employability service database as soon as they accept their offer. Students also benefit from ULaw's pioneering and award-winning pro bono programmes, which allow them to gain valuable work experience by helping real clients from the local community.
  • Powerful Connections: The University of Law's has established worldwide connections within the legal and business industries thanks to their track record of excellence in learning and development. This is why many leading global law firms and businesses work exclusively with the school to develop their people, and why employers of all types want to meet ULaw students.
  • Alumni: With an alumni network of over 71,000, graduates can stay connected, remain informed and take advantage of a wealth of specially negotiated privileges and discounts.
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