Explore our directory of areas of law to see which types of law you'd be most interested in and how to specialise.
Commercial law involves legal issues that can occur in the running of businesses and commercial transactions.
Banking and finance law concerns everything money-related, from personal loans to corporate business deals.
Clinical negligence law is an area of tort that provides legislation to protect both medical patients and providers.
Competition law exists to maintain market competition and prevent anti-competitive behaviour in the market.
Construction law is a diverse area of legal practice involving the regulation of construction works.
Corporate law is a highly diverse practice and is integral to both legal and business industries.
Criminal law aims to deter and punish conduct which is perceived as threatening, harmful or endangering to the public.
Employment law includes everything from resource-hiring, conduct, promotion and more.
Environmental law can cover anything from health and safety, dumping of waste, recycling and more.
Family Law focuses on finding solutions to issues relating to often complex legal relationships.
Human rights law exists to help protect the fundamental rights all human beings are born with.
Intellectual property law is a specialist area of property law that governs the ownership of creative property.
International law, is a field of law that governs the rules and relations between states around the world.
International environmental law is in place to help protect the environment globally.
Maritime law is a collection of domestic and international laws and treaties that govern behaviour on the sea.
Media law governs what can be published and broadcast and includes censorship, defamation and privacy.
Property law governs the various forms of ownership and tenancy in real property and personal property.
Public law is a fascinating legal area that covers the government’s relationship with the citizens it oversees.
Sports law covers the application of the law to a sporting context, incorporating several different legal areas.
Tort law covers wrongs committed against people and includes negligence, personal injury and nuisance.
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