Research is at the heart of the Law School's mission and underpins all of the School's academic activities, including undergraduate and postgraduate teaching
Our next research events...
Health Law and Policy Research Group Inaugural Workshop
Thursday 27 June 2013
‘Institutional Investors in Corporate Governance: Short-Term Value Extraction or Genuine Social Movement?'
Sheffield Institute for Commercial and Corporate Law Workshop.
9 July 2013
10:30-12:30, followed by Lunch
Our legal, socio-legal and criminological research enjoys national and international renown. Through academic publishing, informing policy processes, advisory work, knowledge exchange, activities for government departments, public agencies and regional, national and international bodies, our research has local, regional, national and global impact.
The School's research is organised around clusters and groups which stimulate research by providing a forum within which ideas can be disseminated and discussed and new projects developed. The clusters play a central role in the School's research culture and strategy. Each cluster organises its own programme of seminars and events.
We are happy to host visiting scholars and research students within our large research community.
Applications can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can study for an LLM by Research, MPhil or PhD in Law or an MPhil or PhD in Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies.
Research Supervisors are known internationally for their research in many areas of legal and criminological study.