The University of Law: Moorgate

2 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y

0800 289997

admissions@law.ac.uk

The largest specialist corporate law school in the UK, The University of Law London Moorgate is located in the City of London, close to leading global law firms. London offers culture, history and entertainment to suit all tastes. From galleries and museums to the glitz and glamour of the West End, you’ll never run out of things to do. You can also sample cuisine from all corners of the world with international restaurants spread across the capital.

Graduate Diploma in Law (full-time/part-time)

Our GDL is designed to build knowledge and skills that more than match a law degree. Academic training is built around real-life examples and case studies, and you’ll be given research assignments that directly reflect the way you’ll work as a lawyer.

You’ll have the opportunity to explore an area of law that interests you via your own Research Project or our unique Law of Organisations module.

Legal Practice Course (full-time/part-time)

We’re confident that our LPC is the best preparation for entering legal practice by offering you the skills to succeed in the business world. Future lawyers and business leaders need a wealth of skills to prepare them for today’s market place. Our client-focused LPC enables you to develop the commercial awareness, critical thinking and the necessary professional skills to prepare you for the challenges of working as a solicitor. Study our LPC and you can gain an MSc in Law, Business and Management or an LLM in Professional Legal Practice at no extra cost. LPC Masters students may also be eligible for a postgraduate student loan.

LLM Programmes:

  • LLM Legal Practice (Conflict Resolution)
  • LLM Legal Practice (Intellectual Property)

Master English Law and progress your career with our new face-to-face LLM programmes, specifically designed for international lawyers and non-law graduates. New for March 2018.

Events

We run events of all types, including open days, law fairs, insight days and online webinars. Check them out at www.law.ac.uk/events.