Academic staff: 58
Research postgraduates: 80
Manchester's Law School is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the country and has a major international reputation. Since its inception it has been at the forefront of legal and public policy formation and development and many of its graduates and staff have played central roles in public life.
The School offers wide-ranging expertise across all areas of legal studies, socio-legal studies, medical ethics and criminology. It incorporates the Centre for Social Ethics and Policy, a leading bioethics and medical jurisprudence centre, with a lively and productive research environment, and a strong sense of community.
The PhD in Bioethics and Medical Jurisprudence is a structured research programme containing taught elements designed to provide a solid skills basis for independent research in this area