Welcome to Ulster Law School
Ulster Law School’s teaching mission is to foster intellectual growth, critically informed social engagement, and excellence in practical academic and legal skills. To this end we offer a broad range of taught undergraduate and postgraduate law degrees on two campuses, with close attention to student support and career development mentoring. As measured by the National Student Survey, we have an overall student satisfaction rating of over 90%.We are ranked within the top 15 Law Schools in the UK for research quality, are home to the globally renowned Transitional Justice Institute, and integrate our research activity to our undergraduate and postgraduate curricula. We also offer specialist supervision for funded Phd research, and diverse opportunities for study abroad and legal internships. We maintain close working relations with our sister school, the Ulster University Graduate School for Professional Legal Education, through which many of our graduates qualify as solicitors. We provide public facing student-led legal support through our unique Ulster Law Clinic. We place great emphasis on our alumni relations, and the network of connections that this brings to each new group of graduates. In short, we offer a great educational environment that will equip and support our students to move forward after their time spent with us. We look forward to meeting you at Ulster Law School. It’s a great place to study.
Award-winning Ulster Law Clinic Leads the Way. Law students at the University of Ulster are securing tribunal victories for people across Northern Ireland, thanks to an award-winning initiative providing free legal advice to the public. Read More >>
Call for applications: LLM Programmes, School of Law Ulster! Click here for poster or see http://www.socsci.ulster.ac.uk/law/post_study.html for full details..
Judiciary Celebrate University of Ulster School of Law 21st Anniversary at Gala Ball! For more click here
STUDENT CHALLENGE WINNER
Ulster Law student Duncan McGregor beat more than 5000 undergraduates from across Ireland to be crowned the 2013 gradireland National Student Challenge winner.
Third year student Duncan was one of 80 finalists put through their paces in Dublin recently, during a series of gruelling tasks set by eight of Ireland's top graduate employers. As overall champion and also winner of the debating competition, Duncan walked away with £1000 in prize money, £300 worth of travel vouchers and an internship at leading business services firm, Ernst & Young.