Victoria University and Wellington have a lot in common. They are both creative, diverse places, brimming with fresh ideas. If you are motivated to succeed, and you want to live and study in New Zealand’s creative, cultural and intellectual capital, Victoria is the place for you.
Victoria’s Faculty of Law plays an important role in the intellectual life of the capital city. Located in the heart of Wellington’s legal and political district, next to the courts, Executive Government and Parliament, we are at the centre of debate, analysis and dialogue about law and legal policy issues in New Zealand.
The vigorous and constant programme of conferences, public lectures and international visitors provides a stimulating and supportive learning environment.
Leading legal research
Victoria School of Law is renowned internationally and nationally for the quality of its faculty and of the scholarship they produce. Victoria's legal academics are acknowledged as leading thinkers in their fields. For our research students, this means working with supervisors who setting the terms of debate for law reform, and contributing to national and international debates about how to use law to shape the commercial marketplace, to improve the functioning of government, and to enhance the dignity of individuals and peoples.