Our open days give you an opportunity to gather a wealth of information about our courses, check out our facilities and soak up the atmosphere at our different centres. More than just a chat and a guided tour, we aim to make your day as interesting and interactive as possible, with a range of presentations and activities:
If you are interested in these courses then come along and find out more
We are delighted to advise that if you are unable to make one of our open days you can arrange a centre visit.
Centre visits allow you to get a ‘feel’ for the centre as well as information specific to the course and life at The University of Law. You are likely to meet a tutor and someone from our employability team as well as receive a tour of the centre.
Centre visits take place throughout the year and the arrangements at each centre vary from scheduled dates and times to a time that fits in with your schedule. For details on how to arrange a centre visit, please look at the relevant centre details shown below.
Our Explore Law event is ideal for years 11 and 12 students and gives you the chance to find out if law is for you – both at university and beyond.
Our programme includes taster workshops which aim to give you an insight into several different areas of law and how it works in study and the professional world.
Each event also includes a next steps talk which looks at career options and what you can be doing now to maximise your chances of success.
If you are booking on behalf of a school or college please contact email@example.com. If you are a student you can book your place below.
This interactive taster day gives you the opportunity to learn more about the practical study of law by looking in detail at a real life case study. Plus, develop some of the employability skills needed for a career in law by experiencing a mock assessment centre.
Get into law is ideal for years, 11, 12 and 13 year students studying or considering law as a degree course.
If you are booking on behalf of a school or college please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a student you can book your place below.
This hands on workshop is delivered by Judges from the local Bristol area and is open to all year 12 and 13 students.
The event allows participants to meet Judges from the local area and gain an understanding of what it is like to work within the judiciary. Participants will discover how to come to a verdict in a courtroom as well as explore career routes to becoming a Judge themselves. Participants will also get the chance to see what makes the University of Law special.
If you are booking on behalf of a school or college please contact email@example.com. If you are a student, you can book your place below.
Please note that this event is only taking place at our Bristol centre.
If you are interested in a career in law and want to put
yourself in a strong position with future applications, attend one of our
upcoming ‘Springboard into Law’ events.
This event is made up of two workshop sessions – over
which you will learn about:
Don’t miss this opportunity to get ahead.
The current Springboard into Law programme has now closed. To pre-register for the next event please fill in the form below:
Thank you for registering your interest in our Springboard into Law event. We'll be in touch with more information soon.
The essential ‘tool kit’ to help you showcase your competencies and commercial awareness
The University of Law and Aspiring Solicitors have formed a partnership to create ‘Springboard’, a unique legal employability programme.
Our master class events will give you all of our insider ‘TOP TIPS’ on how to present yourself and showcase your professionalism and commercial awareness.
Springboard comprises a programme of events ideal for undergraduates, postgraduates and graduates with the essential ‘tool kit’ to pursue a career as a solicitor.
Please note booking for Lawyers Den has now closed, booking will re-open in the Autumn
Please note booking for Barristers Insight has now closed, booking will re-open in the Autumn
A key event for any aspiring barrister, you’ll benefit from plenty of practical advice and insight from visiting barristers, our BPTC tutors and students. Here’s what to expect:
17.30 – 17.45 Arrival and Registration
17.45 – 18.15 The Bar Find out about a career at the Bar and the steps you need to take to become a barrister.
18.15 – 19.00 Pupillage Application Question TimePut your questions to barristers about what makes an excellent pupillage application and hear about their experience of pupillage applications and interviews and how to identify the right chambers for you.
19.15 – 20.00 NetworkingMeet and talk to leading Chambers and barristers.