School of Law, University of Canterbury established in 1873 in Christchurch in the South Island of New Zealand. The School of Law is well established as one of the leading research and teaching Law Schools in New Zealand. With a long history of academic scholarship, the UC School of Law enjoys a well-deserved reputation for excellence in teaching, high quality writing and research as well as for producing outstanding graduates.
The UC School of Law has a strong reputation in the traditional areas of law. The School offers practical courses in legal skills such as Legal Internship, Negotiation and Mediation and Trial Advocacy. Students graduating from the University of Canterbury School of Law are well-prepared in all ways and highly valued by employers for careers in many countries in the legal profession, business or in governmental or non-governmental organisations.
Campus of School of Law -
The School of Law is sited at the heart of the University of Canterbury campus within easy walking distance to all lecture theatres, student services and campus cafes and to the halls of residence. Good bus services and student parking are also nearby.
Facilities at School of Law -
- Class rooms
- Seminar Rooms
- Tutorial Rooms
- Lecture Theatres