Qualified lawyers are much in demand, not only in practice as a solicitor or barrister, but also in the worlds of commerce, finance and government.
Even if you choose not to qualify, the skills and knowledge you gain will be valuable in a wide range of legal and other careers. Our graduates are in demand by employers and have been shaping the boundaries of society for over a century as leaders in law, business and politics.
We offer the unique opportunity to undertake your complete legal education in one place - from undergraduate studies through to professional training.
How to become a solicitor
City will help you prepare for the role of a solicitor with the appropriate knowledge and skills required.
How to become a barrister
Information from City, University of London on what is required to become and progress your career as a barrister.
What is mooting?
Mooting is an important part of studying at City Law School as it will help you to develop the skills required to progress your legal career.
Why study Law at City?
The Law School Building on Sebastian Street has now opened its doors and will provide a new home for The City Law School.
The £63 million Law School Building features a dedicated library, 160-seat lecture theatre, modern study space, staff offices, restaurant and central atrium with a glazed roof.
The modern seven-storey building will provide world-class educational facilities for City’s students and staff and will allow the School to operate on a single site.
This impressive facility features dynamic social spaces which complements The City Law School’s forward-thinking approach to teaching and learning.
With a modern seminar and meeting rooms, a mock court room, a legal clinic and state of the art Library to encourage a more informal and interactive style of learning.
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- Centre for Crime and Justice Research
- The Digital Trade Research Group
- Intellectual Property Engagement Group
- International Law and Affairs Group
- Centre for the Study of Legal Professional Practice
- London Universities Maritime Law and Policy Research Group
- Minorities and Rights Research Group
- Institute for the Study of European Laws