University Of Dundee School Of Law
Coordinates: 56°27′25″N 2°58′41″W / 56.457°N 2.978°W / 56.457; -2.978
|University of Dundee
School of Law
The Scrymgeour Building, which houses the School of Law
(as part of University of St Andrews)
|Dean||Professor Alan Page|
|Location||Dundee, Scotland, UK|
|Affiliations||University of Dundee|
The School of Law at the University of Dundee in Dundee, Scotland provides undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Scottish and English Law. It is the only institution in the United Kingdom to permit students to qualify into all three UK legal jurisdictions. The School and the Law Library are based in the Scrymgeour Building on the university's main campus.
According to The Times University Guide 2009, Dundee's School of Law was ranked 9th in the United Kingdom and 2nd in Scotland. In addition, the Complete University Guide 2009, backed by The Independent, ranked the School of Law 8th in the UK and 2nd in Scotland. In 2012, The Guardian ranked the Law School 1st in Scotland and 10th in the UK, and the Times Good University Guide 2012 ranked it 7th in the UK.
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