Our communities

Law is a career worth talking about, so whatever the stage of your legal career journey, why not join the conversation by connecting with one of our online communities? We’d love to say hi!



Like our page for the latest news, law careers advice, events, polls, photos, and discussions. It’s also a great way to ask us questions and connect with others interested in a career in law.

Like our Facebook page

More info on our Facebook groups



Follow us @UniversityofLaw for the latest news and information, as well as useful content from us and the people we follow. We love to chat, so please tweet us to let know what you’re up to, ask questions and share your photos and blogs.

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Watch videos on what it’s like to study with us, as well as films giving insights into legal careers, and recordings of useful law events and webinars

Subscribe to our YouTube channel


Our social online platform www.Liveprospectus.com lets future undergraduate students see the world of ULaw through the eyes of our students.

Future Lawyers Network

A free online community for aspiring and qualified lawyers, from the age of 16 upwards. As well as legal news, articles, blogs and polls, members get access to our award-winning StEP online legal employability programme. Designed to help aspiring lawyers take their first steps towards a career in law, the programme uses online workshops and other resources to cover topics including understanding the legal market, researching legal recruiters, applying for jobs, preparing for interviews and ongoing career management.

Join Future Lawyers Network

The University of Law Alumni

A free online community for former students and staff of The University of Law and The College of Law. Members enjoy a range of benefits, including the ability to search for old friends and colleagues, invites to exclusive networking events and access our job vacancy database. Recent leavers can also benefit from free, personalised careers advice via e-mail.

More information on our Alumni

A law qualification gives you many invaluable life skills - almost a toolkit to use not just professionally but personally too

Solomon Wifa , Partner Willkie Farr & Gallagher (UK) LLP, ULaw Graduate

We listen and respond to the changing needs of the commercial law market

Alex Morrice , Senior Tutor, Bristol

The focus on business and how it applies to legal work has widened my knowledge

Emma Earnshaw , LPC Student, Leeds