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Short courses in law

Covid-19 update: The learning doesn’t have to stop, join our online community. We are aiming to deliver courses remotely until further notice. Live tutor support and virtual lessons will take place during advertised teaching hours. The classes are taught in small groups, so you’ll get lots of support from your tutor.

The short introductory law courses provide a good understanding of the law to enable students to further their studies at higher level courses in Law and gain sufficient knowledge for building careers in various fields.

Find your short course

Why study law at City, University of London?


Study alongside students with a passion and strong interest in Law. Our Law part-time and evening courses deal with the Legal Method, Human Rights Law, International Law and  Immigration & Asylum Law.


You can study for one term only or across three terms. Further progression can be attained through our CPD Law programmes located within The City Law School.


You can join the course of your choice in October, January or April. The short introductory Law courses provide a good understanding of the law to enable you to build on existing knowledge or learn something completely new.

Teaching methods

Evening courses are taught in a relaxed but stimulating environment. Recommended reading list is provided in advance to help with preparation for the 10-week course.


Our law short courses have helped individuals progress in their careers, change jobs and build a solid understand of the legal system.

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