An application may be submitted at any time.
Admission is subject to availability of facilities and supervision.
- Possess a degree equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from the University
- Satisfy additional requirements, if any, that may be prescribed by the Dean (Graduate Studies).
All candidates are expected to be proficient in English comprehension and expression.
Areas of strength within the Faculty include ecological jurisprudence, law, society and cultural change and global law and justice.
It also boasts scholars in fields as diverse as law and the humanities, popular culture, property theory, law and race, the legal status of nature, climate change, international human rights, the human right to water, the legal histories of the British Far East, and indigenous jurisprudence, amongst other fields.