The (Faculty of Law ) at Victoria University is widely regarded as pre-eminent in New Zealand.
It is located in the faithfully restored historial Old Government Buildings, at the centre of the country's law-making precinct - in close proximity to Parliament, the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal, as well as the District and High courts.
The Faculty is rated 19th in the world in the 2013 QS World University Rankings〔(【引用サイトリンク】title=Jump Start Rankings )〕 and led New Zealand's law faculties for research in the most recent Performance-Based Research Fund Evaluation.
It offers both undergraduate LLB degrees (including Honours) and the postgraduate Certificate in Law (CertLaw), Diploma in Law (DipLaw) and Masters in Law (LLM) as well as the Doctor in Philosophy of Law (PhD).
In 2013, the Faculty had 1781 law students enrolled. The Dean is Professor Tony Smith, a world-renowned expert on the Law of Contempt. Prior to his appointment, he was Professor of Criminal Law and Public Law at the University of Cambridge, and he remains a Fellow of Gonville and Caius College.
== Student Life==
The Law Students' Association organises social events as well as the competitions, an annual Law Revue and public addresses.
Many judges, MPs and notable New Zealanders are alumni of the Faculty
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