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LSE Law School

What I love most about the LSE Law School is that their door is always open. Being encouraged to freely speak to academics has helped inspire me to discover the things I am passionate about, and the support I have received along the way has been absolutely incredible.

Isabel Hahn, LLB Bachelor of Laws

Welcome to the LSE Law School. Here you can meet our students and staff virtually and find out more about us. Take your time to browse through the information and follow the links to our webpages to really get to know us.

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An introduction to studying law at LSE

Top three reasons why you should study law at LSE 

  1. LSE Law is one of the world’s leading law schools, our academics produce the top-ranked legal research in the UK.
  2. LSE is located in the heart of London’s legal district close to the Royal Courts of Justice, the four Inns of Court, and top legal firms.
  3. The student Law Society is one of the most active and engaged societies on campus, organising a wide range of social, careers and academic activities.

Take a look at the below video to find out how our students and staff answered the question: 'What do you like about the LSE Law School?'

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"What do you like about the Department?" is the question we asked. Watch to find out how our students and staff answered.

You can find out more about the LSE Law School and our history on our webpages.

Our programme: LLB Bachelor of Laws

Our LLB Laws programme emphasises the importance of understanding law in its social, economic and policy context. Students will critically engage with the rules and institutions that promote social order and justice. The LSE Law School emphasise that law is not simply a stored body of knowledge, rather a presence all around us, evident in social, business and civil interactions. Students can select from a varied range of optional courses, including media law, public international law and medical law.

For detailed information regarding entry requirements, programme content, accreditation and preliminary reading please visit our LLB Bachelor of Laws programme page.

Our research and events

As a law school we are always busy. Explore our research and the events we put on below. 

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