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Law at Goldsmiths prepares students for 21st century legal practice and empowers them to pursue exciting career paths.
For generations, researchers, practitioners and teaching staff at Goldsmiths have actively campaigned to make real, positive changes to society.
Law at Goldsmiths brings together our academics’ research, teaching expertise and public policy work in areas such as criminal law and criminology, media law, human rights, artificial intelligence, intellectual property, European law and international law.
The LLB Law draws on this wealth of knowledge to educate future lawyers looking to tackle society’s inequalities, injustices and abuses of power.
Our students will learn to understand law within its institutional, socio-political and cultural context, and critically engage with core debates and interrogate existing structures. Our innovative teaching will introduce you to the legal world far beyond the classroom, developing the knowledge and professional skills you’ll need to achieve your goals.
In tune with our rich heritage of social awareness and social engagement, championing human rights and social justice, Law at Goldsmiths is an intellectual space for radical, critical and creative thinking.
From criminal justice, to equality, housing, privacy, war crimes, migrant rights and business regulation, academics at Goldsmiths have campaigned to change the way the world operates. Law at Goldsmiths will pick up on this history and enable us to make even greater change in future years.