Doctor of Philosophy in Law
Auckland Law School postgraduate degrees are internationally recognised. Our graduates are valued and sought after throughout New Zealand and the world.
Why study with us?
Undertaking a PhD will be one of the most challenging and exciting journeys of your life. We're glad you have decided to find out more about why the Auckland Law School is a great choice for your postgraduate study. Explore these pages, watch the videos and read about our exciting new Dean's Doctoral Scholarship. Then take the next step and apply to join us here at the University of Auckland. We look forward to welcoming you into our doctoral studies programme
Financial funding opportunities
These exciting new scholarships were established in 2016. You will automatically be considered for one of these fully funded scholarships if your PhD application is approved.
When you apply for a place at the University of Auckland, you are automatically considered for this scholarship too.
For more information on any of the above funding opportunities, contact Postgraduate Student Adviser Angela Vaa'i
The University of Auckland Law School’s Doctoral Fellowships
Doctoral Fellowships provide a doctoral candidate with part-time academic work experience and a small income. The deadline for applications for 2019 is 1 December 2018.
Doctoral Scholarship in Philosophy of Law
The Faculty offers a Doctoral Scholarship in the field of Philosophy of Law.
How does the supervisor relationship work?
Working with your PhD supervisor will be key to your success as a postgraduate researcher. So, what can you expect within that working relationship?
Meet some of our researchers
If you are considering PhD study, the Auckland Law School has a wealth of staff well regarded in a wide range of subject areas.