Law and Politics

Our degree programmes have been developed to provide you with a stimulating and challenging environment where you will be both engaged and inspired by the learning on offer. Not only will you benefit from outstanding teaching across all of our subject areas, but you will also gain valuable skills to help you succeed in your chosen career.


Our degree programmes are taught by academic and professional experts, who will support you with regular one-to-one tutorials.

We offer a well established single honours Law LL.B., as well as a unique series of 'LL.B. with...' degrees that you will find offered at few other universities.

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Postgraduate Study in Law

We offer a range of Law Postgraduate level programmes including the MSc by Research in Law, LLM in International Business and Law as well the MPhil/PhD in Law.

Find out more about our MSc by Research in Law

Find out more about our PhD research

Find out more about our LLM in International Business and Law


Politics And International Relations

Our Politics and International Relations courses investigate the 'big issues' that affect the world today. 

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Our programmes offer a wealth of opportunities including trips abroad, the Annual Law Dinner, and the chance to shadow a local judge.

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CCCU Law Students in National Negotiation Competition


Our Law students regularly take part in National student mediation competitions.

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What our students


Read what some of our students have to say about studying Law at Canterbury Christ Church University.

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Centre for European Studies

Our Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS) hosts activities to foster progressive insights on EU integration, locally, nationally, and internationally. 

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Our Mediation Clinic was the first of its kind to be established within a UK law school, and gives students the chance to act as impartial mediators in real dispute resolution cases.

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The number of litigants in person (LiPs) has risen exponentially over the last decade. This has coincided with the introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules and legislation; the Access to Justice Act 1999, which was introduced to promote just that “access to justice”

Read more about CLOCK Community Legal Companion Scheme


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