How to find The City Law School
The City Law School is based at the main City, University of London campus situated at Northampton Square in Clerkenwell (EC1) and also at Gray's Inn in Holborn (WC1).
The main university campus in Northampton Square is home to our academic courses: the LLB (Hons), Graduate Entry LLB and the Graduate Diploma in Law. Students are taught in buildings located on the main campus and are supported by academic and administrative staff based in the Gloucester Building (opposite the main University campus).
The Bar Professional Training Course, Legal Practice Course, LLM in Criminal Litigation, LLM in Civil Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, and LLM Commercial Intellectual Property are taught at our Gray's Inn campus based in Holborn. Students have access to a range of resources and facilities in buildings located at both 4 Gray's Inn Place and Princeton Street.
No matter what course you're studying you will have access to the resources and facilities at both of our campuses, which includes the City's main library based at Northampton Square and our professional law library at our Gray's Inn campus. You will also have access to City's facilities, including: a dedicated careers service, a modern sports and leisure centre, an extensive IT service, and a Student Union that offers a variety of entertainment and clubs.
Want to come and find out where you could be studying? Come along to one of our open days
The Underground stations nearest to this site are Angel on the Northern Line and Farringdon or Barbican on the Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines. All the City buildings are within five to ten minutes walk from the nearest underground station. Many bus stops near City. Plan your route with the TFL Journey Planner.
Gray's Inn Campus
The nearest Underground stations are Holborn on the Central and Piccadilly lines and Chancery Lane on the Central line. Plan your trip with the TFL Journey Planner.
Most students walk, cycle or use public transport. Driving onto the campuses is not advisable as City is located inside the central London congestion charging zone and parking is not provided.
The new building will provide world class educational facilities for students and staff, which will be ready by 2020.
This is Sebastian Street Building, which will be the new home of The City Law School. This stunning £68m building will open its doors in 2020.
This impressive facility, set in the heart of the Northampton Square campus, contains modern classrooms and dynamic social spaces which complement The City Law School’s forward thinking approach to teaching and learning. The multi-storey building features modern seminar and meeting rooms, a mock court room, a legal clinic and state of the art Library and social learning areas which encourage a more informal and interactive style of learning. A relaxing outdoor space and atrium are other attractive features.
The project is designed of the highest sustainability standards which will contribute positively to the surrounding area.