The College of Law consists of the Schools of Law and Criminal Justice, the Institute for Dispute Resolution in Africa and the Centre for Basic Legal Education, the Centre for Business Law, the Centre for Criminological Sciences, the Centre for Foreign and Comparative Law and The VerLoren van Themaat Centre for Public Law Studies.
The research areas in the College of Law are bio-technology and medical law; dispute resolution in Africa, social security; crime studies, criminal framework for community safety; ODL; and international journal of law, society and development (multi-, inter- and transdiciplinarity).
The College of Law has well qualified, experienced and dedicated academics in a variety of disciplines. They continuously conduct ground breaking research and find new and effective ways of teaching and learning.
Study at the college
Registration dates for 2015
Application for 2015
Barney Pityana Prize in African Law and African Human Rights Law