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Casita offers you 133 Queen Mary School of Law student accommodation options and London halls. The student accommodation options feature many room types and facilities. The room types include Studios, Ensuites, and flats. All London halls have Wi-Fi, all-bills inclusive, on-site laundry, communal spaces, bike storage, and 24/7 Security and CCTV.
Why Study at Queen Mary School of Law
Since its founding in 1965, the School of Law has grown from 30 students and four faculty members to over 2,000 students and 130 faculty members in 2021.
The function of law and its institutions in current international society is the core emphasis of the School of Law, which is separated into two organizational units: the Department of Law and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS).
The Department of Law, which is located on the University's Mile End campus, offers a broad range of legal subjects. The Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) focuses on commercial law knowledge and abilities that can be applied by the government, public bodies, international institutions, the legal profession, industry, and commerce. CCLS is located in the Lincoln's Inn Fields campus's postgraduate law facility.
The school is ranked 10th in the UK for law by Complete University Guide 2022, 8th in the Guardian League Tables 2022 and 29th in the world, and 7th in the UK by QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021. It’s also ranked 11th in the UK in the Times Higher Education Rankings 2021.
The school has established itself as a national and international leader in legal education and research. It was placed ninth in England in the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (REF 2014), with 86% of its research activity classified as world-leading (4*, the highest possible grade) or internationally good (3*). The quality of research outputs, the research environment, and the impact of research are all factors in the independent assessment of research quality.
In 2021 the School of Law was awarded the prestigious Athena Swan Bronze Award by Advance HE. This award acknowledges the School's achievements and continuous commitment to improving gender equality at the university.
Departments and Divisions
The school of law offers undergraduate programmes, postgraduate programmes, executive education programmes, and research programmes.
Undergraduate programmes include M100 LLB Law (Three years), M101 LLB Law Senior Status (Two years), M105 LLB Global Law (Four years), M120 LLB English and European Law (Four years), ML13 LLB Law and Politics (Three years), M1N1 LLB Law with Business (Three years), and M106 LLB English and French Law.
Postgraduate programmes are offered in a wide range of specialisms: Art, Business, and Law LLM; Banking and Finance Law LLM; Commercial and Corporate Law LLM; Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM; Competition Law LLM; Criminal Justice LLM; Criminal Justice MRes; Energy and Climate Change Law LLM; Environmental Law LLM; European Law LLM; Human Rights Law LLM; Human Rights Law MRes; Immigration Law LLM; Immigration Law MRes; Insurance Law LLM; Intellectual Property Law LLM; Intellectual Property Law PGCert; Intellectual Property, Data and Information Law MSc; International Business Law LLM; International Economic Law LLM; International Economic Law MRes; International Finance Law PGCert; International Finance Law PGDip; International Shipping Law LLM; International Tax Law LLM; Law and Economics LLM; Law and Economics PGCert; Law and Economics PGDip; Law and Finance MSc; Law and Finance PGCert; Law and Finance PGDip; Law PGCert; Laws (Flexible Study) LLM; Laws (Flexible Study) PGDip; Laws (Paris) LLM; Laws LLM; Laws PGDip; Management of Intellectual Property MSc; Public International Law LLM; Public International Law MRes; Regulation and Compliance LLM; Regulation and Compliance MSc; Sorbonne - Queen Mary Double LLM; Tax Law LLM; Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Law LLM; Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Law Online LLM; Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Law Online PGCert; Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Law Online PGDip; Trade Mark Law and Practice PGCert.
Facilities and Resources
The School of Law is located on the Mile End Campus, about 15 minutes from the city centre, where you will discover various legal landmarks, including the Royal Courts of Justice.
The main library on the Mile End campus has vast holdings of British publications and also materials from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States, continental Europe and other parts of the world. Undergraduate law students have access to all of that.
The School of Law has a dedicated library that ensures that the most recent journals and textbooks are available, and will make every effort to obtain those that aren't. During the exam period, the library is open and operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You will also have access to the University of London Library at Senate House as a Queen Mary student.
Undergraduate law students benefit from the Laws Building's flexible teaching and learning environment, which includes a variety of lecture theatres and small seminar rooms for group study. It’s also home to The Legal Advice Centre, an award-winning, community-focused legal clinic conducted on a volunteer basis by Queen Mary School of Law students under the supervision of trained barristers and lawyers.
The campus also has computer labs and sports facilities.
Queen Mary School of Law Student Accommodation:
The school offers a range of affordable accommodation on or near our campuses in Mile End, Whitechapel, and Charterhouse Square.
Undergraduate accommodation: the School of Law offers a variety of accommodation options, including rooms with ensuite bathrooms. These include almost 2,250 rooms in self-catering halls of residence on or near the Mile End campus, 360 rooms for Medicine and Dentistry students, in Whitechapel and the City of London, 26 rooms adapted for students with mobility impairments (12 specifically for wheelchair users and 18 rooms adapted for deaf or hard-of-hearing students.
Postgraduate accommodation: Aspire Point is a new building in Stratford that provides 445 postgraduate students with affordable living and study space. The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and London are seen from this iconic student accommodation. The Mile End campus is only a short (20 minute) bus ride away.
King’s College London and University College London are just 6-minutes away from Queen Mary School of Law, City, University of London is 11-minutes away, and London South Bank University is 15-minutes away.