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Law Taster Days

 

If you have students interested in studying law at University, why not attend one of Northumbria University’s Law Taster Days?

These are informative and interactive sessions, which give an insight into studying at the largest Law School in the North East.

Below is a sample programme.

Time Session Details 
10:45am   

Arrival and Welcomes

 

11:00am

 

Sample Lecture – Law in Practice

 

12:15pm


Lunch
 

12:45pm

 

Building Tour of CCE1 and Student Law Office

 

1:15pm

 

Mock Trial in Courtroom

 

2:15pm 

 

Campus Tour (if desired, subject to availability)

 

What We Need From You!

  • Potential Date (s) you would like to attend and preferred timings
  • Year Group of Students (we recommend no lower than Year 11)
  • Number of students attending (we recommend no less than 5 and no more than 30)
  • Number of staff members attending

If you are interested, please email our outreach team with the subject header 'Law Taster Day Request'

 

 

 

 

 

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