Our Law degrees at Newman University, Birmingham allow you to gain a good understanding of the English legal system as well as integrating the necessary foundations of legal knowledge required for qualification as a solicitor or barrister. Through skills development and professional practice placements, you will be prepared for a wide range of careers as law degrees are highly valued by employers.
Our Criminology degrees at Newman University, Birmingham explore the notion of crime and critically examines how the criminal justice system operates. You will be part of a diverse learning community – students and lecturers as partners working together, seeking to understand the full range of crimes and social harms that affect the wider community.
Student satisfaction scores highly at Newman University
For the second year running Newman University has scored highest amongst the Birmingham universities for student satisfaction in the latest National Student Survey (NSS).
Dr Pete Harris sees work published in Criminology and Criminal Justice Journal
Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Newman University, Birmingham, Dr Pete Harris has seen his most recent article published in the Criminology and Criminal Justice Journal.
Head of Law appointed as First Tier Tribunal Judge
Amy Rushen, Head of Law and Criminology at Newman University has been appointed as a part time judge. She will begin sitting as a Fee Paid First Tier Tribunal (Mental Health) Judge later this year alongside her role here at Newman.
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