Open up your future to a world of opportunities in the legal profession and beyond.
At York Law School you’ll study in a truly unique way. Our innovative problem-based learning approach, working in tight-knit student law firms, will develop your legal understanding in the context of real-world scenarios. You will also acquire both academic and practice-focused skills, through a combination of research-led and legal skills modules. Our renowned Baroness Hale Legal Clinic also offers opportunities to work with clients on a range of legal issues.
Complementing this academic foundation is our Careers and Development Programme, providing a range of guidance and support, including the opportunity to experience law in practice.
- Undergraduate degrees in law, criminology and human rights
Bachelor of Law (LLB)
- Taught Masters degrees in law
Master of Law (LLM)
- Postgraduate research degrees in law
Master of Law (MA) by research and Doctor of Law (PhD)
What is problem-based learning?
Unique among law schools in the UK, our problem-based learning approach is at the heart of our teaching on our undergraduate courses and many of our postgraduate taught courses.