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Law School

Our values

Strathclyde Law School is proud to be part of a vibrant and socially progressive university with an enduring goal of useful learning. We are a forward-thinking and outward-looking community, committed to access to justice, equality and diversity, and sustainable development. We strive to reflect these values every day in our culture and practice. In our more than fifty years of educating the lawyers of the future and serving our community, our goal has been to provide a quality of teaching and research that makes a difference to the world – today and tomorrow.



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Our Seminar Series

The Law School runs a staff seminar series throughout term time. 

Mooting Society


A moot is a competitive mock court hearing. We offer fantastic training by experienced students, solicitors, advocates, sheriffs and even SUPREME COURT justices. 

Strathclyde Student Law Review

The Strathclyde Student Law Review allows you to get your work published. Through published articles, you can express your views, and read other student opinions, on current legal developments.

It’s a student run body and we welcome submissions from all UK students on any legal topic (subject to the approval of the editorial board).

Tablet and newspapers