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Student Experience and Employability

Studying at the School of Law is not just about graduating with a law degree. Our vocational degrees, unique learning facilities and USA internship programme aim to give you a real-world experience and maximise your employability skills.

We also run one of the most successful Mooting societies in England, and taking part will allow you to develop your skills, network with legal professionals and increase your chances of attaining a good degree.

'Make A Difference' Travel Scholarship

American Internships
American internships
Mooting and Debating Society
Mooting and debating
Career options for law graduate
Law career options
Legal advice and representation unit
Legal advice and representation unit
Career support
Careers support and advice service
Links to legal professions and mentoring
Links to legal professions and mentoring

Other opportunities for law students

Networking with legal professionals and putting legal skills into practice in debates and mock scenarios are just some of the other employability enhancing opportunities available to students at the School of Law. Read what our students thought of the experience in these blogs.

Diversity Debate

Read about our law students’ trip to a panel debate on diversity within the legal profession.

"Not only was the event a useful insight in to the functioning of the legal profession, but it also provided a platform for students to network," student Randle said.

Read Randle's blog

Model United Nations Security Council

Read about our law students' trip to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London for a Model United Nations Security Council Session.

"I gained invaluable legal and international relations experience," student Lamiegha said.

Read Jon's blog Read Lamiegha's blog