The School of Law has been ranked 8th in the UK for the quality and impact of its research, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014).
Dr Hendry's research focused on comparative legal studies.
The 'New Problems, Old Solutions? Historical Trends and Current Directions in Public Policy on Psychoactive Substances' took place in the School of Law on 11 December with great success.
- Defendant-Sided Unjust Factors - 26 January 2015, 17:00-18:00 | Seminar | Centre for Business Law and Practice
- Postgraduate Open Day - 6 February 2015, 11:00-15:00 | Open Day
- Public Policy on Psychoactive Substances - 11 December 2014 — 11 December 2014, 9:00 - 17:30 | Conference | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
- Action Research Workshop - 3 December 2014, 12:30-14:00 | Seminar | Law and Social Justice Research Group
Postgraduate open day 2015
We offer a range of postgraduate taught programmes in criminal justice, criminology and criminal law; banking, finance and business; intellectual property law and international human rights law as well as a host research opportunities. Come and visit us.
What our students say
"The BA Criminal Justice and Criminology at Leeds is intimate and based within the School of Law. This means that you get to know the vast majority of people in your year and can develop personal relationships with the lecturers and other teaching staff.
It also means that you can take your degree in a direction which interests you most, be it legal or sociological."
The School of Law fosters and promotes research in all major fields of legal study, recognising the growing internationalisation of research agendas.
The School has also been ranked 4th equal in the UK for the impact of its research (REF 2014). Our research groups include: