Join an inclusive law school at the heart of legal London.
Undergraduate Academic Programmes
This course is extensive, rigorous and taught by experts.
Despite being the largest LLB programme in the UK, we offer an intimate, friendly, and stimulating environment for you to study in. We encourage our students to take part in all areas of the law outside of everyday teaching. We run annual mooting competitions and offer you opportunities to volunteer to take part in pro bono work.
Our LLB (Hons) is academically rigorous and taught by experts in their fields. It will provide you with a sound grounding in law whilst at the same time allowing you develop your own areas of special interest through a wide ranging choice of modules and pathways in:
- LLB Law with Commercial Law
- LLB Law with International Law
- LLB Law with Human Rights
- LLB Law with Professional Practice
Our focus is to make you highly employable and equipped with transferrable skills to pursue a successful career in or outside the legal profession.
Supporting your career choice
Our relationship with leading academics give students access to the best legal minds available today.
We involve practitioners directly in the delivery and development of our courses and many of our academic staff remain active in the profession, ensuring that you leave us with the skills and knowledge relevant to today’s legal world.
By completing the LLB (Hons) with us you acquire analytical, communications and other transferrable skills that allow to confidently apply for jobs in law and legal services, but also in diverse areas like banking and finance, government, politics, charity and NGOs, or academia.
You may also decide to continue your studies and become a fully-qualified solicitor or barrister.
Routes after the LLB
Our LLB (Hons) is recognised by the Law Society of England and Wales, the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Council/Bar Standards Board as satisfying the initial academic stage of legal training.
This means that once you complete your degree you can directly go on to either the Legal Practice Course (LPC) if you want to become a solicitor and the Bar Vocational Studies (BVS) if you want to embark on a career at the Bar.
Postgraduate Academic Programmes
Graduate Diploma in Law
Our prestigious Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) has an unrivalled reputation within the profession and was one of the first courses for non-law graduates.
You will develop a strong base of knowledge in the dynamic area of undergraduate law and accelerate towards your professional ambitions through our Graduate Diploma.
Graduate Entry LLB (Hons)
Our Graduate Entry LLB (GE LLB) enables non-law graduates to gain an LLB in just two years. Both courses enable progression to the required professional legal skills courses (LPC / BVS).
You can achieve a senior status law degree as a non-law graduate in just two years rather than the regular three with our fast-track Graduate Entry LLB programme.
International Business Law (Distance Learning) LLM
This flexible, part-time, online distance-learning LLM develops specialist knowledge in key areas of law relevant to international business.
You can enhance your career prospects and build a specialist knowledge base in key areas of law that are relevant to international business with our flexibly designed, part-time LLM.
Students embarking on the LLM at The City Law School are able to select from a range of different programmes that can be tailored according to their needs.
Our LLM specialist Programmes are listed below:
New dedicated facilities
This is an exciting time to enrol at The City Law School as you will be joining us in our brand new, dedicated seven-storey facilities designed specifically for law education opened in October 2020.
The new City Law School building brings together students from all stages of their law education to develop a diverse, supportive and stimulating student community.
Students will benefit from in-house legal clinics to gain experience advising real clients and a mock court room complete with witness boxes. Facilities have been designed to reflect developments in the sector, with the addition of digital technology in courtrooms and the use of artificial intelligence.