Diverse opportunities Diverse careers
Study at the Centre for Law at Work and tackle wide-ranging questions concerning the impacts of law and work. As a subject that requires collaboration across public, private and third-sector organisations our courses open up career opportunities in a multitude of related sectors.
Gender in the Workplace: An International Women's Day Conversation
Our LLB programme is a three-year qualifying law degree. The core and optional units reflect the wide variety of approaches to legal research adopted by the scholars in the Law School - and includes a second-year module on Company Law and additional related third-year options, such as Issues in Corporate Governance and Employment Law. Find out more about the course structure and related units available on the LLB.
LLM Employment, Work and Equality
This programme is designed to enrich your understanding of employment, work and equality law, investigating the various legal disciplines that regulate work relations. This is an opportunity to examine wide-ranging questions concerning the impact of law, regulation, policy and practice. The programme is taught by a world-leading group of labour lawyers.
LLM Labour Law and Corporate Governance
This programme offers a range of units for students planning to specialise in employment and company law matters. It examines labour law and corporate governance from both an economic and socio-political perspective. It covers the international legal framework, trade, employment and human rights and opens up doors to a wide variety of future careers.
As a PhD student in the Centre for Law at Work, you will be helping shape the corporate and governance sectors, investigating all of law’s possibilities in terms of the provision, implementation and practice of work and governance.
For more information on our programmes, please contact:
Tel: (0)117 39 41638
Postgraduate admissions and PhD programme enquiries
Tel: (0)117 953 5849