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"At the University of Exeter Law School the combination of academic excellence and skills development opportunities means that our students are recognised for their flexibility and employability within the legal profession and beyond. Our European, international and interdisciplinary perspectives are supported by a cosmopolitan team of academics. Innovative, research-led teaching informs our internationally renowned programmes."

Joasia Luzak, Head of Law School 

Latest news from the Law School

All areas of UK should have dedicated 'Food Policy' office, experts tell MPs

All UK local authorities should have a dedicated “Food Policy” office to encourage healthier diets and sustainability, experts have told MPs.

Guidance for solicitors on reporting serious misconduct is legally deficient and lacks clarity, experts warm

Current guidance for solicitors on reporting serious misconduct is legally deficient and lacks clarity, experts have warned.

University of Exeter teaching resources for KS4 and KS5 pupils to bust myths around ‘common law marriage’ awarded PSHE Association Quality Mark

University of Exeter resources designed to help children learn at school about the legal consequences when relationships break down have been awarded the PSHE Association’s Quality Mark.

Pension clawback adversely affected women and those with disabilities, analysis shows

Pension clawbacks have adversely affected women and those with disabilities, new analysis shows.

Artificial Intelligence can help companies better serve all shareholders, study recommends

Artificial intelligence can help reduce “short-termism” in companies and help firms better serve all shareholders, a new study recommends.

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