School of Law

School of Law videoThe School of Law brings together disciplines with a long-standing reputation at Middlesex University. 

The School offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Law, Criminology, Sociology, Politics, Development, Environmental Governance and International Relations. We have a thriving cohort of doctoral students, including a significant number who work on issues connected with human rights law, international criminal law, criminology, migration and social policy.

The teaching, research and advocacy strengths of the school are reflected in our Criminology and Sociology and Law departments, alongside The Social Policy Research Centre, European Human Rights Advocacy Centre, and Doctoral Institute. These provide an optimal basis for high-quality applied teaching, research and public engagement.

Over 1,700 students, including doctoral students, study within the School. The intellectual environment within the School and our overseas links facilitate contributions to issues of social justice in many parts of the world.

With our London location close to the centre of policy and practice in key national, European and international issues, the diversity and excellence of our academic staff, and investment in enhancing academic leadership, the School is building on its existing strong reputation as an internationally competitive, broad based law school.

Professor Joshua Castellino is Dean of the School of Law.

Commitment to research

We have a strong commitment to research across the school, building an international reputation for excellence and an impressive output. Go to the School of Law Research section to find out more.