Regent’s usually offers two undergraduate places in Law each year.
Their studies are supervised by Director of Studies, Dr Chris Hare, who is the Travers Smith Associate Professor of Corporate and Commercial Law, and Tutorial Fellow in Law at Somerville College. Tutorial teaching is provided by some tutors there and others from across the University. Regent’s library contains basic text books, the Law Reports and various series of law periodicals; this is sufficient for much of the necessary reading, but students will want to use the other libraries in Oxford as well. The Bodleian Law Library is only 10 minutes walk away from College, and contains nearly half a million books. The Law Faculty is in the same building, and is very convenient for lectures and seminars; there is also a common room and cafeteria for students.
All candidates applying to study Law at Oxford must sit the Law National Admissions Test (LNAT) in Christmas term of your final school year. A number of other universities also require candidates to sit this test. For further details, a specimen paper and information on how to register click here.