Developing an enquiring mind and applying it to current legal issues is our main focus at the Hertfordshire Law School. One of the main ways we do this is through research-informed teaching.
Staff research interests include a wide range of areas, such as:
Throughout your course, whether at undergraduate or postgraduate level, you will benefit from this expertise not only during lectures, but also as you carry out your own research, whether for your dissertation or to reinforce your argumentative skills.
Developing your research abilities can also help you progress as a student and to open the door to a world of opportunities in a broad range of legal areas.
Please see below for the full programme of our annual research seminar series.
Get more information on how you can apply to study for a Law research degree. Study Law research.
Hertfordshire Law School are offering 3 PhD fully funded scholarships, to be awarded to exceptional doctoral students across a comprehensive range of research areas. The closing date is 15 January 2018.
Find out more about applying for a scholarship.
Find out more about our Law research at the University of Hertfordshire.