University of Bristol
Law is a major part of our everyday lives. Buying lunch, applying for a job, working for an employer, claiming benefit, driving a car, living in a property – all these things are governed by law. Law also plays a role in things that are more remote from most of us: war, international trade, companies, banks, immigration, the environment, science, medicine and the armed forces. This makes law a fascinating subject to study with lots of different areas to investigate once the basic skills and knowledge have been learned. Studying law can be a good basis for a range of careers, including journalism, the civil service, accountancy and business, as well as for working in the legal profession. Students on this stream will learn about different areas of law. Topics may include end of life issues, medical law, international law, human rights law, family law, evidence law, criminal justice and IT law. You will be taught in small groups and in larger lecture style sessions, so you can get an idea of the different types of teaching and learning at university.
19 July 2021 - 23 July 2021
20 PROGRAMME PLACES
No additional academic requirements.
A face to face two day Residential Summer School will run in the week beginning 2 August 2021. This is optional and will be dependent on government issued Covid-19 restrictions. Participants must attend the Online Summer School in July in order to be invited to the face to face residential.