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School of Law - Birkbeck, University of London

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Join us for our undergraduate & postgraduate Taster Events, and learn more about our unique teaching & learning experience.

The Intensive LLM at Birkbeck

The intensive LLM combines distant learning with face-to-face teaching. Learn more about our flexible model of study.

Birkbeck and NYU London’s new exchange scheme spearheads new research

A partnership established in January 2019 is encouraging new research and teaching collaborations across disciplines.

New report examines the misuse of pre-trial imprisonment

A new report, 'Pre-trial detention and its over-use: Evidence from ten countries', is published today by the Institute for Crime & Justice Policy Research (ICPR), at Birkbeck. The report examines policies and practices that can lead to the over-use of pre-trial detention and makes recommendations for reform.

Congratulations to Birkbeck’s Class of 2019

Birkbeck will celebrate the achievements of its graduating class across three days of ceremonies this November, and welcome five new Fellows to the College.

9 December 2019 - 13:00: Facebook Live Q&A: Student Life at Birkbeck

Wondering what life is like at Birkbeck? Join some of our current students for a live Q&A through Facebook.

11 December 2019 - 13:00: Law Research Seminar Series - 'Legal Materiality: Genealogies, Working Definition, Critiques' (Dr Hyo Yoon Kang)

The Department of Law welcomes scholars from around the world to discuss their latest research.

12 December 2019 - 17:00: Campus Tour: Bloomsbury Campus

Our campus tours delivered by current students are a great way to see Birkbeck, University of London.

12 December 2019 - 18:00: Criminology Seminar Series - Telling Crime Stories

Showcasing prominent and path-breaking research on crime, criminal justice and related themes by scholars from within and beyond Birkbeck.

13 December 2019 - 10:00: Photography, Space & Violence: a Workshop

This workshop is focused on photography as a tool for representing places where routine or traumatic violence unfolded.