The School of Law seeks to achieve excellence in teaching, research and professional development. The School provides a range of LLB courses, all of which are Qualifying Law Degrees (QLDs) for the purposes of the legal professions in Northern Ireland, England and Wales, as well as a range of postgraduate courses. Students at Ulster have the opportunity to draw upon the expertise of an internationally recognised group of researchers. Law research at Ulster was awarded a ‘5’ rating in the UK government’s national Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2001 (only a small number of institutions were awarded the higher 5*rating). Law at Ulster University further excelled in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise. Ulster was ranked in the top 14 Law Units (out of 67) in the UK. The Campus: Located in Derry~Londonderry, the Magee campus is named after the College founded by Martha Magee in 1845. It is located only a short walk along the River Foyle away from the city walls and comprises a mixture of historical and new buildings and modern and traditional facilities. Teaching strengths include business, computing, creative technologies, nursing, Irish language and literature, social sciences, law, psychology, peace and conflict studies and the performing arts.