13 May 2019
Everything you need to know about Big White Wall
At The University of Law we do all we can to ensure that your time with us is one of the best of your life however, we appreciate that everyone needs support at some point in their life. To help students manage emotional or stressful periods in their life, ULaw offer a number of services. One of these is the social enterprise Big White Wall. But what is Big White Wall and how can it help you?
26 April 2019
We support your ambition: An interview with Study Skills Coordinator Sarah Hall
Sarah Hall has been a Study Skills Coordinator with The University of Law since December 2014. Based at London Bloomsbury, Sarah assists students with honing their study skills and techniques across both our Moorgate and Bloomsbury campuses. We sat down with her to discuss how she came to work at the university and what she loves about working with our students.
16 April 2019
Still standing for students: An interview with Joshua Sanderson-Kirk
Joshua Sanderson-Kirk has been the ULaw Student Association President for over two years now and, having been called to the Bar in 2018, is already planning to continue helping fellow and future students. Josh has now been appointed as a member of the Student Panel of the Office for Students, a prestigious position that allows him to pursue his passions for diversity and the promotion of student mental health. We caught up with Josh to find out about what this position means to him and what his aspirations for the future are.
21 March 2019
Tune in to TV licence laws
With an estimated quarter of a million homes currently not holding a TV licence it seems that some TV viewers are not willing to pay the £150.50 for a colour TV licence. People all over the UK are therefore at risk of facing a fine of up to £1,000. We asked Peter Goodchild, Programme Lead for the GDL and MA Law at The University of Law, to share some advice to help TV owners understand when they need to purchase a licence, how much it costs, and the potential consequences of avoiding paying for a licence.
11 March 2019
Droning on: The legalities of drone-ership
From a niche hobby to a piece of tech known by just about anybody in the UK, drones have taken the market, and now our airports, by storm. But while an SUA (small unmanned aircraft) might just seem like a great way to catch that perfect video, what exactly can (and can’t) you do with this type of technology if you own your very own drone? We found out from Len South, drone owner and Academic Manager at ULaw, what you should be aware of as a drone owner or user.