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Why Choose Truman Bodden Law School of the Cayman Islands?

Welcoming Students from Around the World

Heart of the Legal Community

Truman Bodden Law School is situated in downtown George Town opposite the Court House, Judge Chambers and Judicial Financial Centre and near the Legislative Assembly. Students feel that they are at the heart of the legal community.

Quality Degree, Recognized Worldwide

We offer a quality degree from the University of Liverpool, which is a member of the prestigious ‘Russell Group’ of British Universities. The University is ranked in the top 200 in the most current QS World Universities Ranking.

Diverse Student Culture

TBLS is truly an international law school. Currently around 20% of our students are international students, coming from countries as diverse as Jamaica, Britain, Canada, US, Sweden, Guyana and Barbados. Our staff too are from diverse geographical areas, including Spain, Ireland and Britain, and have taught in a number of countries, including Spain, Ireland, France and Germany.

International Student Advice Team

We have a specially appointed international advice team, whom you can contact directly with your queries, and is your first point of contact on arrival on the Island. Email or Telephone 1-345-945-0077.

Dedicated Staff

Our students study in a cosmopolitan, friendly and dynamic environment, where they are taught by a highly experienced, dedicated teaching team, who are committed to academic excellence. Staff are at the cutting edge of their subjects and have experience of both teaching at a range of universities and legal practice – students get the best of both worlds! The staff student ratio for this academic session is 1:8, and as such students are taught is small groups. We have an ‘open door’ policy here at TBLS, which means that friendly guidance and advice is readily to hand.

Modern Comfortable Surroundings

The Law School is located on the second and third floors of the Old CIBC Building (now renamed Monaco Towers). It has a law library, two well equipped lecture rooms and a tutorial room. Students have their own common room with kitchen facilities, and the student law society has its office next to the common room.

And Finally…

Who would not want to live on a tropical island while studying law? If you want a taste of life on Cayman, watch the following video:

Last Updated 2021-02-18