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Our learning and teaching facilities include video-equipped mock courtrooms and legal offices.
Providing students with the opportunity to engage in real problem based scenarios.
The City Centre Campus is home to the state-of-the-art Curzon Building.
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Employable law graduates: Our undergraduate and postgraduate law courses will set you apart from other graduates, giving you skills for a wide range of legal and non-legal careers.
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Our graduates are shaping the world, achieving things they never imagined.
Emma Noble gives you her top tips on how to get ahead in Law and succeed in your chosen career.
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The School of Law has been at the forefront of innovative law teaching for more than 40 years.
Renowned for our emphasis on vocational courses and close links with local law firms, we have also gained an international reputation as a major centre for academically rigorous legal education and training. We have a thriving research community including the Centre for American Legal Studies - a research centre of excellence, and have carried out high profile research on topics such as human rights law.
A unique opportunity to work in an attorney’s office in the USA with our American Internships - the UK’s largest student internship programme to the USA. Most students work in offices engaged in Death Row work.
Read about Radha Chauhan's experience during her American internship in Chicago. Read Radha's blog
Lorna Arnold worked with prisoners in Arizona during her internship. Read Lorna's blog
We are one of the most successful mooting societies in England and have enjoyed some dramatic wins in national mooting competitions. Discover more about our Mooting Society
If you want to broaden your career prospects in the criminal justice world, or want to study law without committing to a particular area, this course will give you the skills to succeed.
Sarah Cooper is a Senior Lecturer in Law and Director of Mooting. Sarah leads Criminal Law on the LLB and carries out her research in the Centre for American Legal Studies.
Want to know what life might be like for you if you enroll at the School of Law? Watch Chanae's video diary.
Founder of Birmingham law firm Mayflower Solicitors
Elshareef worked on the Meriam Ibrahim human rights case...
Graduating from LLB (Hons) Law Mak is making a difference as a top London police officer.
Julian has built a distinguished career as a barrister specialising in criminal and human rights law.
Her course inspired Koser to aim high, and she was offered five mini-pupillages.
Nigel was always driven to use sport as a means of social change.
Using her Law degree to shape a career in industry, Katie now works for Network Rail.
Becoming a solicitor in 1978, Frances' work has seen her travel across the world.
The Curzon Building played host to the annual Dean’s Awards, organised by Professor Keith Horton to highlight...
Marking Europe Day (Monday 9 May), the leader of Birmingham City University is appealing to students and t...
The School of Law's Internal Mooting series came to an end today, with student Emma Cole taking home first p...
A delegation attended a human rights meeting with diplomats and national human rights institutions.
Jimmy Ogunshakin, has been appointed the new chair of the Midlands Housing Association, Nehemiah UCHA.
How might murder look in the future?
Six students took part in the Emerald Forest business competition at a prestigious university in Germany.
A married couple who each spent more than 15 years on death row for murder, before being found innocent, are ...
PhD Law candidate Ilaria Di Gioia has been given an Alan Grant and Ros Davies Memorial Research Travel Award...
The School of Law's new pro bono initiative was launched last week, as part of a seminar highlighting issues ...
Dr Panayotis Protopsaltis of the Centre for American Legal Studies will be one of the speakers at a major Gre...
Two of our top ‘mooters’ from the School of Law, David Meakin and James Stallard, beat the University of Live...