At UEA Law School, we do more than just teach the law. We inspire you to master it and use it to make a real difference.
You can help the community access free legal advice through our award winning Law Clinic. You can work with the Justice Project to investigate new lines of enquiry into cases where prisoners protest their innocence. You can also get involved in many other law-related volunteering opportunities.
Our vibrant community is built by approachable staff and dedicated students. We encourage our students to think critically and imaginatively, and the strong offering of optional modules will enable you to explore different subjects and aspects of law.
You will be taught by renowned international experts on issues such as policing and public protest, medical negligence, and how the law can control powerful companies like Google and Facebook.
There may be more power in the hand of the worker than previously thought
Employers who disproportionately punish striking workers may be acting unlawfully, according to new research from the University of East Anglia.
2022 Clifford Chance Policy Competition Law Excellence Prize
Congratulations to Baran Guccuk, Law School LLB Graduate, who won this year’s Clifford Chance/CCP Competition Law Excellence Prize
UEA’s research confirmed as ‘world-leading’ by national assessment
The global significance and real-world impact of the University of East Anglia’s (UEA’s) research has been confirmed with the Research Excellence Framework 2021...
UEA law expert says Ed Sheeran court case is good news for creators
As Ed Sheeran wins his High Court copyright case over his 2017 hit Shape of You, UEA's Dr Sabine Jacques comments on its implications for the creative industries.