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ULaw in your Classroom

We offer a wide range of talks, workshops and other events designed to help students find out about careers in law, criminology, business and policing.

Our sessions

Our experienced staff and student ambassadors can visit your school or college and deliver a range of interactive workshops to students in Years 12 and 13, Further Education Years 1 and 2, and parents/carers.

All our events and activities align to Gatsby Benchmarks 2, 4 & 7.

Our workshops and talks explore your students’ employability and skills development and are all free of charge. They are usually an hour long and run to class sizes of 20-30 students, however they can be tailored to your requirements.

Here are the events we offer at schools and colleges. To book, please contact one of our Student Recruitment Managers. You will find their contact details at the bottom of this page.

An introduction into the key roles within the law with an emphasis on those that deal with criminal justice. Develop knowledge in witness interviewing, investigation and critical analysis.

Find out the benefits of studying business at university and the different types of careers in business that are available to you.

Explore true crime case studies from a legal, criminological and policing perspective. This session covers fatal & non-fatal offences, the effectiveness of punishment and the introduction of evidence based policing.

We cover the topic of tort law using case studies and interactive activities where students can develop their critical thinking skills. The topics of clinical negligence and intellectual property will also be introduced in the context of tort law.

This session will explore some of the questions criminologists ask about crime, society and the media. With plenty of opportunities for discussion, students will enhance their ability to work in groups and form arguments.

How do I make a lawful arrest? What’s my role at a crime scene? We delve into modern day policing hot topics from cybercrime to criminal psychology with true crime case studies challenging students to employ the skills of evidencebased policing.

Find out about what studying business at university is really like and the different types of business school that are available, as well as explore some business theory.

Explore some of the different aspects of business theory in our interactive case study workshop. Topics include strategy, motivation, globalisation and innovation.

Sign up to our Teachers and Advisors newsletter

You can sign up to our newsletter by emailing our undergraduate team at undergradevents@law.ac.uk to receive regular updates about the events we run and supporting information for the guidance of students careers and skills development.

Careers and HE fairs

We would be more than happy to come and support your fairs and meet your students. We can send our experienced staff and students to come and speak with your students and advise them on next steps and the exciting possibilities of their future careers.

Virtual events

We are continuing to run an extensive series of virtual events to support your students’ learning and research into Higher Education and the careers beyond.

To see our list of upcoming events and to book a place, please visit our event page.

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;

Leeds

Contact: James Busson
Email: james.busson@law.ac.uk
Telephone: 01483 959871

Manchester

Contact: Claire Alderson
Email: claire.alderson@law.ac.uk
Telephone: 01483 405528

Birmingham

Contact: Chloe Warsop
Email: chloe.warsop@law.ac.uk
Telephone: 01483 405538

Nottingham

Contact: Chloe Warsop
Email: chloe.warsop@law.ac.uk
Telephone: 01483 405538

London Bloomsbury

Contact: Rik Palmer
Email: richard.palmer@law.ac.uk
Telephone: 01483 216690

Bristol

Contact: Jade Montagna
Email: jade.montagna@law.ac.uk
Telephone: 01483 405548

Guildford

Contact: Hannah Coe
Email: hannah.coe@law.ac.uk
Telephone: 01483 216356