The Brunel Law School is housed in its own building on campus, which creates a strong feeling of community amongst staff and students and places the Law School right in the heart of a bustling campus.
The building has its own classrooms, research spaces, IT suites and social areas. Brunel Law School also has its own moot court where you can practice your skills in speaking, arguing your case for the jury, and presenting to judges.
The library at Brunel University London has a dedicated law section, committed to its subject area, and with its own librarian. The law section offers quick access to books and journal articles, as well as more specific access to particular databases, covering all your study needs.
Choose to learn in a thriving study and research environment where knowledge is not just acquired but created.
Facilities for Brunel Law School students