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University of Bristol Law School rises in two national rankings league tables

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Press release issued: 19 September 2023

The Law School has risen two places in the latest university league table rankings, securing the School’s reputation as one of the leading law schools in the UK.

The results of the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024, show the Law School has risen up the rankings from 15th (2023) to 13th in the UK, maintaining a position of 9th in England and Wales.  

The Guardian University Guide 2024 results show a continued rise from 17th (2023) to 15th in the UK. 

Professor Catherine Kelly, Head of the Law School, saidBristol is a wonderful place to study law and I'm thrilled to see our world-class teaching and research recognised in the latest university ranking results. This is testament to the dedication and hard work of our academics, students and wider Law School community.” 

Professor Tansy Jessop, the University’s Pro Vice-Chancellor for Students and Education, said: “It’s fantastic to see so many of our subjects once again featured highly in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024 and latest Guardian University Guide. 

“As the new academic year begins, we’re incredibly excited that a new cohort of students can experience for themselves what a fantastic place Bristol is, both for studying and living.” 

Further information

Read more about the University’s performance in the Guardian University Guide 2024 and the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024.

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