Edinburgh Law School is Scotland’s leading legal research institution and has a reputation for research excellence in the United Kingdom, Europe and across the globe. Edinburgh Law School is committed to providing a creative, dynamic, diverse and inclusive research environment for researchers and students, and to producing world-leading research that contributes to scholarship and the wider community.
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Edinburgh Law School's institutes, centres and networks act as hubs for researchers and students to engage on important areas of legal and socio-legal scholarship and play a key role in developing new collaborative and interdisciplinary projects.
Edinburgh Law School has an outstanding research funding profile with over £20M awarded for a range of fellowships and projects over the last five years.
Edinburgh Law School produces world-leading impactful research that makes a difference both locally and globally.
Edinburgh Law School is one of the largest communities of legal scholars in Europe and offers a range of opportunities for outstanding researchers at all stages of their career.
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