The following resources are to support the development of students in years 10-13 considering a future in Law, Criminology, Policing, Politics and Business. These have been created for teachers and students to use for free in class and for further development. If you have a specific requirement for your school of college please get in touch with us and we can discuss how to Ulaw can support you.
Virtually here for your students during the Pandemic
In light of the current situation we have moved all our events and workshops online to make sure you don’t miss out and we've had a great response from students and staff. Our Virtual Twilight Lectures alone have seen over 1000 students attend so far! We’ve also developed a range of workshops we can deliver virtually to your college that still have our high-standards and interactive elements.
Check out our bank of resources for tutors use in class and students further development.Discover more
ULaw in your classroom
Find out about our range of workshops we are able to deliver in your classroom.Discover more
Professional Development events
Find out about our support for teachers and career advisors.Discover more
Meet the team
If you have any questions or enquiries about how we can support you and your students please contact us and let us know. You can find the best contact details for you below;
North Leeds, Manchester
Midlands Birmingham, Nottingham
Greater London and South East London Bloomsbury
Contact: Rik Palmer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 01483 216690
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Applying to University
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Business Careers Game
Whether you want to be an instagrammer, an accountant, a lawyer or an entrepreneur business is at the heart of some of the most exciting careers, but knowing where to start is hard. Don't worry, The Business School at the University of Law have an exciting game to help you see where your strengths lie and where you'll excel.
Try the business game now and see how you get on. More than 350,000 people just like you have found business is right for them and are currently studying business courses in the UK. That many people can't be wrong.
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For students in years 10 - 13
These handy careers guides include employability tips, examples of different jobs in each sector, and related course information. Find out about the two different types of lawyer, different areas of law, jobs within business such as Human Resources and Marketing, and much more.