• Open days and

    Get a feel for studying at
    The University of Law

  • Come and meet us at one of our open days and events or book a centre visit

    The best way to find out more about The University of Law is to come and meet us at one of our open days.  These are hosted at each of our 8 centres during the Summer and Autumn.  But don’t worry if you can’t make an open day as you can always arrange a centre visit at a time to suit you. Open days and centre visits are the perfect way for you to get a ‘taste’ of what it will be like to study with the leading provider of legal education. 

    We are also proud of the numerous specialist events that we host to help you decide on whether law is the right career for you along with tips on how to prepare and succeed in law. All our events provide a valuable insight and are perfect preparation for a career in law

    For full details please read the event descriptions below.

    To book now or to arrange your centre visit please select your preferred location and follow the relevant links.

    We look forward to welcoming you soon.

    • Open days for undergraduate and postgraduate study

      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:

      • get the lowdown on our courses and flexible study options
      • talk to our tutors, students and careers advisors
      • learn how to get involved in our award-winning pro bono programme
      • find out more about student life at The University of Law

       if you are interested in these courses then come along and find out more.

    • Centre visits for undergraduate and postgraduate study

      If you are unable to attend one of our open days you can arrange a centre visit to suit you.

      They allow you to get a ‘feel’ for the centre as well as information specific to the course and life at The University of Law. There are centre visits on set days throughout the year. However, we are happy to arrange a visit to suit your needs. To arrange a centre visit, please email centrevisit@law.ac.uk 

    • We attend a number of external fairs and events at university campuses across the UK. These events are a great way for you to research your options and ask any questions you may have.
    • The University of Law exhibits at several international events each year, which are a give you the chance to find out more about studying law in the UK. In addition, a member of our international team may attend our course-specific open days at our London centres.

      We now offer you the chance to ask questions to a member of our international team through one-to-one Skype sessions. For further information on all these events please visit our international events page.


      This programme is the perfect preparation for those who want to become a solicitor, giving you valuable insights into what your working life might be like and improving your customer awareness.

      This event is split into two sessions: the first will cover training contracts and vacation schemes, whilst the second will go into detail on improving your networking skills and chances of getting a job.  Part 1 will be hosted at around 50 UK universities and ULaw centres during October and early November.

      Over two sessions, you will learn:

      • Myths and facts of the legal recruitment market
      • What to expect after you finish your course
      • How to secure vacation schemes and training contract
      • Top tips on application and interview techniques
      • Networking advice

      You don't have to be a law student to attend – plus, if you come to both sessions you will receive a certification of completion.  

      To find out if ‘Springboard into Law’ is taking place at your university please check with your careers service, student law society or University of Law Campus Representative. If your university is not running ‘Springboard into Law’ then please e-mail springboard@law.ac.uk where we may be able to offer you an alternative event.