University of Warwick
Over the week you will see what it’s really like to study Law at university. You will learn some of the key legal principles and get to discuss national and international cases with our academics and our Law students. Through a varied programme of seminars, you will get an insight into the range of specialisms within a Law degree, as well as seeing how the Law interacts with other subjects.
In small groups, you will research and prepare a case, which you will then debate at the end of the summer school. Finally, if you are considering a career as a Solicitor, Barrister, or you’re not quite sure yet, we will also have a session on careers and routes to qualification in the legal sector.
25 July 2023 - 28 July 2023
20 PROGRAMME PLACES
English Language GCSE grade B/6 (not essential for the summer school but this is the entry criteria for the course at Warwick)
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