Law at NTU

Take the next step in your legal career with our practical and accredited law courses

We offer a wide range of professional and postgraduate degrees designed to enhance your legal expertise, and develop your skills ready for practice. With flexible study options and multi-award-winning facilities – such as our Legal Advice Centre – we can provide you with the valuable knowledge or legal work experience required to get ahead.

With full-time, part-time and distance learning options, dedicated careers support, and expert academics – many of whom still practice – you’ll find a course suited to your intellectual interests and professional ambitions at NTU.

Why you should study Law with us

  • Our professional courses are accredited by the Bar Standards Board and Solicitors Regulation Authority as qualifying degrees.
  • Our multi-award-winning Legal Advice Centre is a teaching law firm, regulated by the SRA. It is the perfect platform to get involved in pro bono work alongside your studies, helping you put theory into practice.
  • We offer summer schools for all our students with the chance to visit prominent landmarks in the law field, such as the European Court of Human Rights, Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, and the United Nations building.

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