The University of York is ranked as one of the top academic institutions in the world. The University of York is located in one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. York Law School is situated in the new Heslington East campus and boasts state of the art, purpose built facilities. Although, the youngest of the prestigious Russell Group schools, it has been consistently regarded as one of the UK’s top law schools. It is currently ranked 8th in the Guardian’s 2015 league table. York Law School offers three distinct LLMs, on corporations, in human rights and in clinical education, the latter located in our highly regarded Law Clinic.
Our relatively small size makes for a vibrant and closely integrated community where scholarly enquiry is actively supported and able to thrive. Our postgraduate community is drawn from all over the world, further enabling postgraduates a rich opportunity to learn from their colleagues. Our aim is to ensure that your postgraduate experience is characterised by a high standard of learning and research. Postgraduates are supported in this by some of the UK’s leading legal scholars.
We currently offer three taught LLM courses:
Note: we also offer a graduate entry two year LLB Law (Senior Status)
- LLM in International Corporate and Commercial Law
- LLM in International Human Rights Law and Practice
- LLM in the Theory and Practice of Clinical Legal Education
York Law School Clinic
We also welcome proposals for supervised research MPhil / PhD degrees See:
- What some of our current research students are investigating
- Our staff can provide expert supervision in these areas
How to apply