Known for our combination of pure, practice-led and applied approaches, and for using our knowledge for the betterment of society we offer PhD, MPhil, DProf and MRes study. We can provide you with guidance on how to write your research proposal and our entry requirements for a Research Degree.

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We have a long track record of working with organisations and individuals to develop their professional and personal skills offering accredited courses and industry recognised certification.

View our available courses for professional and personal development.

Westminster Law School is one of London's leading providers of legal education, offering an extremely wide range of practically orientated courses, from courses for practitioners and paralegals to academic PhDs.

Vast experience

We have pioneered several courses and we have unrivalled experience offering courses directly validated by professional bodies. We are a major provider of courses for the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and our Solicitor's Exempting degree is the only course of its kind in London and the South East, and one of only four in the country.

International prestige

We have an international reputation for research into the legal profession and legal practice, international law and human rights, commercial and financial law. Our courses are developed with this research in mind to offer you the very latest in academic and practical learning.

Academic support

As a member of our diverse student population you will benefit from exceptional support, with personal tutors responsible for overseeing and supporting your academic development. All our students are given the personal touch by our staff whose aim is to inspire and help you to reach your full potential.

Contacts with the professions

We have very strong links with the professions and are able to pass on this benefit directly to our students in the form of work placement opportunities at major legal firms and blue chip companies. We also have an excellent record in careers at the Bar and with leading solicitors’ firms.


Graduates become barristers and advocates, solicitors, clerks and officers of court, legal executives and paralegals. Law graduates also pursue careers in accountancy, the civil service, education and government.