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We are committed to providing online information and services accessible to all. Our website can easily be adjusted to suit your particular needs.

Accessibility statement

The University’s website accessibility statement is part of guidance that addresses equality of access to University information and services.

Accessibility statement: Our commitment to accessibility

Customising our site

With a few simple steps you can customise the appearance of our website to make it easier to read and navigate.

Customising our site

A-Z list of higher education terms

This glossary includes common abbreviations and acronyms used across our website.

A-Z list of higher education terms

Report an accessibility problem

We continue to make further improvements and enhancements to the accessibility of our website, based on feedback from our users.

Please let us know if you encounter any problems, or if you find any of our features particularly useful, at

If you need any help in reporting your difficulty with the website, please read the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) guide 'Contacting Organisations about Inaccessible Websites'.

Contacting organisations about inaccessible websites

Internet Explorer

We are aware that our website has some issues rendering correctly on the Internet Explorer browser, which may adversely affect users who use Internet Explorer with their accessibility tools and software. We are working to remedy this and appreciate your patience in this matter. Please see our section "Customising our Site" for some workarounds, and please report any issues you're having to us.

Requesting web content in alternative formats

Please note that if you require any content, or web related resources such as media, documents or downloads, in an alternative format, please contact the Law School's communications team at

Information Services and Accessibility

Information Services (IS) has further information on accessibility including assistive technology, creating accessible documents, and services IS provides for disabled users.

Assistive technology, creating accessible documents, and services IS provides for disabled users

Contacting us by phone or visiting us in person

Our reception has an audio induction loop.

If you are a BSL user you can contact us via contactSCOTLAND-BSL, the on-line British Sign Language interpreting service.

Contact our reception, details on our "Contact Us" page.