Our Law PhD programme enables you to conduct legal research under the supervision of our international, experienced, and highly committed faculty.
You will be supervised by two academic members...Read more
In depth exploration of a research question involving personal research undertaken over 12-72 months (depending on mode of study) under the expert guidance of a supervisory team in Law. ...Read more
PhD research programme will allow you to explore your own interests in law, supported by the expertise of our staff. Here at the Faculty of Business and Law, you’ll find staff who are experienced...Read more
The School of Law has over 100 years of achievement in both education and research. We are ranked as a leading centre for legal research in the UK, and our academics are recognised experts at home and abroad. ...Read more
Whether you are planning a career as an academic within the education sector, or as a professional researcher within the public or private sectors, the Kingston Law PhD will develop your research skills,...Read more
The School of Law accepts candidates for research work leading to a PhD. The central feature of PhD work is the close relationship between the doctoral candidate and his or her supervisor, in...Read more
About the course
A University of Hertfordshire doctoral research degree is an internationally recognised degree signifying high levels of achievement in research.
It develops extensive subject expertise...Read more
An PhD is an advanced postgraduate research degree that requires original research and the submission of a substantial dissertation of 60,000 to 100,000 words. MPhil/PhD researchers in law at Birkbeck...Read more
Studying for a PhD with UEL’s School of Business and Law will push you to the limit - and you’ll be supported all the way by our world-class academic staff. The School gives postgraduate...Read more
Our staff are experts from across all areas of the law, supervising top-calibre international research students.
Our academic staff supervise international research students across all areas of the law. ...Read more
Our Law PhD work on a thesis leading to the completion of an original piece of research. The thesis should present a coherent argument and advance knowledge and understanding in your chosen field. ...Read more
You can study a PhD or an MPhil in Law.
A PhD requires three years of full-time study full-time and an MPhil requires one year of full-time study. Postgraduate research students...Read more
Why choose this course
Our PhD in Law aims to train the next generation of legal thinkers, law reformers, policy advisors, political activists, and academics. Our emphasis in the School of Law on combining...Read more
This PhD degree, you are expected to present the results of your research in a thesis which represents a significant original contribution to knowledge in the subject area studied, and to undergo a viva voce examination. ...Read more
The PhD programmes are closely linked to our growing and dynamic research culture. Youll benefit from engaging with highly qualified academic staff, working alongside a portfolio of dynamic...Read more
Criminal Justice PhD: The University has strengths in policing, criminal justice and criminology and has a vibrant research culture underpinned by the work of Criminal Justice Practice - which supplies...Read more
Why choose this course?
PhD students at the Law School are supervised by academics who are leading experts in their area of law. At least one academic in each supervisory team will have a track record...Read more
This PhD is designed to support interdisciplinary research into security, conflict and human rights. It is broad in its scope, ranging from political theory debates over the nature and demands of ‘justice’...Read more
OverviewUCL Laws has a strong international and multidisciplinary research environment, focused around all sixteen of our research centres, institutes and groups. Bringing together outstanding researchers...Read more
Based within our Westminster Law School our research programme in law supports work within the core areas of law including commercial, banking and corporate law; criminal and comparative law; EU law and...Read more