Thammasat University, Thailand
Thammasat University, Thailand's second oldest institute of higher education, was established in 1934. Since its inception, Thammasat University has evolved from an open university for law and politics to a prestigious international research university offering all levels of academic degrees and producing cutting edge research across a broad spectrum of academic disciplines.
The Faculty of Law, Thammasat University is the oldest Faculty of Law in Thailand. It has played a significant role in shaping Thai ideologies, politics, the judicial system and legal education.
Faculty of Law’s graduates have held key positions both within the public and private sectors. Its graduates include former prime ministers, ministers, senior government officers, judges, including Presidents of the Supreme Court.
Faculty of Law consists of three campuses: the main campus at Tha Prachan, Rangsit campus created in 1985, and Lampang campus created in 2008. The Tha Prachan campus is for undergraduate students: LL.B. Evening Program and LL.B. in Business Law (International Program), and postgraduate students. Rangsit campus, located in a suburb of Bangkok, and Lampang campus, located in the Northern part of Thailand, are for undergraduate students. It has over 85 academic staff and over 4000 students.
Tha Prachan Campus
2 Prachan Road