NUI Galway School of Law Ranked 85th in the World for Law

Oct 28 2020 Posted: 09:13 GMT

NUI Galway School of Law has been ranked as 85th in the world for Law in the 2021 Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject. Times Higher Education’s (THE) annual World Subject Rankings cover 11 subject areas, giving an overview of the best places in the world to study a chosen discipline. This ranking for NUI Galway School of Law recognises the School’s innovative approach to teaching law and high quality legal research.

In recent years the School has responded to the changing employment market by introducing new programmes and making significant changes to its existing programmes. These changes ensure graduates acquire practical and academic skills to adapt to an ever changing world.

The School’s excellence in research is driven by academics within the School and its internationally renowned research centres, Irish Centre for Human Rights, Centre for Disability Law and Policy and Centre for Housing Law, Rights & Policy.

Dr Charles O’Mahony, Head of the School of Law, said: “This ranking recognises our commitment to delivering world class teaching and research excellence that informs national and international law reform and public policy development. Colleagues across the School make outstanding contributions through their teaching, guided with the aspiration of creating a better society.”

Professor Siobhán Mullally, Director of NUI Galway’s Irish Centre for Human Rights, said: “NUI Galway is a world class Law School. Dynamic and engaged, international in its outlook and in all aspects of its teaching, research and policy impact, the School of Law is a wonderful place to study, teach and research law.”

View the full list of 2021 Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject


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