Our academic staff have a wealth of expert teaching and professional legal experience. Their student-focused approach and genuine passion for the study of law gives you one-to-one access to some of the best legal minds available today.
Dr Patrick Goold and Dr Ryan Stones, Programme Directors of The City Law School’s LLB programme give an overview of the course what you can expect from studying at City, University of London.
Emily Allbon, Lecturer and Director of Mooting at The City Law School is the creator of Lawbore, a resource for law students – offering guidance and support in those skills unique to law. Emily gives an overview of Mooting opportunities at The City Law School.
Module leader Emily Allbon gives an overview of this Term 2 module ‘Debates in the Legal System’. The module is an important aspect of the course and reflects its fast changing nature.
Dr John Stanton, module leader for Constitutional Law outlines the module and discusses what you will learn throughout your first year at The City Law School.
In this video we demonstrate the use of Kortext, the online library resource where you will be able to access textbooks relating to your studies.
We know that starting university is a fun, but daunting time! That’s why our CityBuddy programme helps you to settle into university life. You will be paired with a Second or Third year student who will be your mentor throughout your first term.
City Law School Associate Dean Jane Bradley-Smith chats to Careers Consultant Marlon Gray about the future of our LLB graduates.
Whether you want to be a solicitor, a barrister or to use your legal training in another capacity, we will help you reach the next step in your career. Our courses are designed to meet the needs of our students, the modern legal profession and the wider world where having a legal background counts.
When you join City, you are assigned a personal tutor to help mentor you throughout your time at university. Amanda Fancourt, Senior Personal Tutor at City goes through what a tutor is there for and how to make the most out of the support they can offer.
There are lots of opportunities to get involved with extra-curricular activities here at City. Pr Bono is a chance to not only give back to the community, but to also enhance your CV. Head of Pro Bono Sarwan gives an overview of the opportunities to get involved with whilst studying at The City Law School.