|The UCL Laws Faculty continues to be a world leader in terms of teaching and research. In the recent Research Assessment Exercise, UCL was rated first in the UK alongside LSE and ahead of Oxford and Cambridge. We continue to attract the best and brightest students from across the UK and around the world. Our faculty continue to provide important input on public policy across a wide range of issues such as human rights, the environment, security and commerce.
As a member of our alumni community you have good reason to feel proud of your connection with the UCL Laws Faculty.
Excellence, however, has to be supported and nurtured. Despite our achievements, we need your help in order to remain at the forefront of teaching and research. We have a real need for more space—and better space—in which to conduct our work.
We need funds to continue attracting the brightest minds to UCL—funds for academic support and undergraduate and post graduate scholarships. As someone who has benefitted from a UCL education, and who cares about our future, we are asking for your support.
We have a number of ongoing funds in need of your support:
- The Sir Hugh Laddie Chair in Intellectual Property Law
Download the Sir Hugh Laddie Chair Prospectus
- The Dean's Discretionary Fund - a critical unrestricted resource that supports scholarships, prizes and teaching resources amongst other things