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Access & Outreach

Welcome to our Access & Outreach homepage. The Oxford Law Faculty is committed to widening its intake of students from all backgrounds. We provide a network of support systems and outreach schemes targeted at applicants from low income backgrounds, first generation students, and schools with a...

Graduate Scholarships

There are many sources of funding for postgraduate law studies at Oxford. Details of all scholarships for which candidates may be eligible can be found on the University fees and funding website

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Undergraduate Prizes

Postgraduate Prizes

College Law Societies

Most colleges have their own Law societies which organise dinners and speakers in college throughout the academic year

Bonavero Institute of Human Rights

The Bonavero Institute is dedicated to fostering world-class research and scholarship in human rights law, to promoting public engagement in and understanding of human rights issues, and to building valuable conversations and collaborations between human rights scholars and human rights...


The Bodleian Law Library is housed in the St Cross Building on Manor Road, a ten minute walk from the Bodleian Library in Broad Street. The Law Library occupies about half of the St Cross Building, and all four floors are open to readers, with most of the collection on open access shelves.


The Centre for Criminology offers an MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice and a DPhil in Criminology, as well providing supervision to some of those registered for the DPhil in Law who are working on criminological topics. As a relatively small community of scholars, we manage to stay in touch...