Research options

There are several ways to conduct research for your postgraduate degree at the Auckland Law School.

Student research is normally conducted under a supervised project and is credited to a formal qualification. The PhD is a research only based qualification, while the LLM and MLS can have a large research component in addition to taught courses. The PGCertLaw can only be completed via taught courses.

Read more about the research based qualifications and how research can be included in your degree:

Academic staff specialisations

Individual academic staff members can supervise students in their area of expertise. Click here to access the academic research clusters and find out what areas of research our academic staff are currently working on. Click here to access a list of all academic staff members and the areas in which they are usually able to offer research supervision.