We share a building with experts in Law, Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology to explore the impact of law in society. You could join over 22,000 students in this vibrant city bursting with social and sporting opportunities, and networking events. Whether you’re visiting the many art galleries and museums, or going to restaurants and bars, there’s always something to see or do in Liverpool.
As a student at this campus, you will have Associate Student status at The University of Liverpool’s Student’s Guild, meaning you can use their facilities and join in with their societies – you even have the chance to set up your own society through our Student Association.
As a University of Law student, you’ll have access to the same services as our Chester and Manchester students, including access to our careers and employability service. Our dedicated employability team, based both locally and nationally, can help you to obtain work experience and pro bono opportunities to help you boost your CV.
At Liverpool, our lecturers and staff are dedicated to helping you achieve your education and career ambitions. If you’re studying law with us, you will be able to benefit from our lecturers’ experience as over 90% of them are qualified lawyers.
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The Law and Social Justice Building - 2nd floor
Our Liverpool campus is based on the South campus of the University of Liverpool which can be easily reached by road, rail or air.+44 (0) 800 289997
We will provide support to help you find suitable accommodation. We have an which provides helpful advice on choosing a property to rent in Liverpool and provides a property listings search for students who have accepted their place at our Liverpool campus.
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If you'd like to find other University of Law students to privately rent with, or you have a spare room in your house/flat, you can join one of our to chat to and make living arrangements with fellow students in your area. Go to Facebook and search groups for your campus.
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At the beginning of each academic year students are invited to apply for positions on the Student Social Committee, supported by the Student Association. Students organise and run the societies at our campuses, meaning you have the opportunity to suggest a society you’d like to take part in at the University and we’ll help you bring it to life.
If you choose to study at our Liverpool campus, you will have Associate Student status meaning you can use that University’s student’s union, use their facilities and join in with their societies.
, The University of Liverpool’s students union, has over 200 societies for you to get involved with, giving you the space to come together with like-minded people.
offers you access to a wide range of facilities to help you get fit, meet new people and have fun! These include:
- 25 metre swimming pool and shallow water area, Bouldering wall, Dance and spinning studios, Four squash courts, Two sports halls
- Personal training sessions, Sports Café.
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Amanda qualified as a solicitor, specialising in employment law with particular expertise in discrimination and diversity work. She joined 69´«Ă˝ in 2009 and has held positions as Senior Lecturer and Programme Lead for LLB/GDL before her appointment as Dean.