School of Society and Culture
Build on your degree success and immerse yourself in a project which is important to you. A ResM in law will develop your research-skills as well as enabling your own independent research. The law group has diverse interests with specific strengths in intellectual property, cyberlaw, discrimination, human rights, family, legal theory, legal history, cultural heritage and environmental law. Our staff and School research pages will provide further insight into how we could match your ambition.
A research masters degree incorporates both taught elements and an extended research project which culminates in the submission of a thesis. This programme is governed by research degree regulations and you engage fully in professional and research skills development.