A global context
Our law degrees have been designed to incorporate international law and the globalised nature of the legal profession. Not only will you study compulsory international law units within your degree, you’ll also have the opportunity to study units overseas, either at our Rome Campus or at one of our partner institutions located all around the globe.
Gain the skills to stand up for people in need and causes that matter. Depending on which of our law and criminology degrees you choose, you may get to explore areas such as such as criminal law and procedure, cybercrime, forensic psychology, and constitutional law.
All our law students undertake 80 hours of pro bono placements in law firms or with leading barristers, community legal centres, NGOs, government departments, or social justice agencies. Our criminology students will complete a 40-hour placement associated with the criminal justice sector.