Doctor of Philosophy (Law)

On successful completion of this programme, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Plan and conduct original research independently and with some input from the supervisor in a substantial area of the law whilst displaying a good understanding of all ancillary or connected areas to the research question.
  2. Search, identify and communicate all relevant questions of law effectively, in a general but justified context using all relevant tools as the specificity of the research requires.
  3. Identify all legal issues or gaps in the law, critically analyse, and apply theoretical concepts in a all-encompassing but justified context of the Law.
  4. Demonstrate, both personally and professionally, an absolute understanding and respect of the principles of ethics and the highest standards of legal professionalism.
  5. Demonstrate thorough impeccable scientific reasoning responses and solution to all systemic legal issues pertaining to the topic studied whilst promoting notions of integrity, coherence, resilience and sustainability.
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