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PhD opportunities in Law at Brunel University London

  • Self-Funded PhD Students Only
    Self-Funded PhD Students Only

Profile Description

Qualification type: MPhil / PhD
Location: Uxbridge, London
Mode of study: Full-time and Part-time

Welcoming environment for research students

Brunel Law School has a long-established reputation as a research-led law school. Excellence in research matters to us and we actively promote research activities.

We encourage our PhD students to participate in all relevant research activities, particularly presenting papers on their new research findings. We are particularly committed in assisting the development of high quality early career researchers for the legal academy and for the profession. We have, over the past years produced several new scholars from our PhD candidates who, upon completion, have taken up full-time academic positions at Brunel, Reading, Sussex, East Anglia, Buckingham, and in India, the UAE, and Thailand, to mention a few.

Research areas

We are an intellectually dynamic and diverse community of scholars who share a clear commitment to broad-based legal research. Together, we have created a strong international research environment. Our research reaches from the local to the global, addressing important challenges in domestic law as well as universal legal, economic, and social issues.

Brunel Law School is home of the renowned Britain in Europe research centre - bringing together Brunel academics from a number of disciplines, legal practitioners, politicians, former civil servants, business experts, members of international human rights organisations and other third sector experts from across Britain and Europe. The think tank's strengths lie in the area of criminal justice and human rights, and extend to key areas of EU law and European Policy research.

The Magna Carta Institute, also a part of Brunel Law School, seeks to influence some of the key political, legal and social issues of our time. Its research aim is to analyse how best to create and maintain just societies that fairly balance both personal freedom and authority, and the rights and responsibilities of individuals and society.

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Working with your supervisory team
Research environment for PhD students
Life as a research student at Brunel University London

How to apply

Further information about the PhD and the application process can be found here:
http://www.brunel.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/PhD-Law

Contact

For general enquiries, please contact:

Funding Notes

We offer a range of PhD studentships, partial scholarships, and academic prizes, to help with your research fees. Find out more here: View Website

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How good is research at Brunel University London in Law?

FTE Category A staff submitted: 30.95

Research output data provided by the Research Excellence Framework (REF)

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