Outreach

The Faculty is committed to giving any student who is bright and dedicated the opportunity to study Law, regardless of their background. To further these goals, the Access Team works to ensure that all students understand what it means to study Law, what options are available to them, and how to put themselves in the best possible position to make a strong application.

Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn and Mr Henry Mares are the Faculty Access Officers, assisting with admissions and outreach events to help bring the best and the brightest to the Faculty of Law, no matter their background.

Mrs Ali Lyons, our Schools Liaison Co-ordinator, is the Faculty’s first point of contact for students, teachers, and advisors interested in Law at Cambridge. You can arrange a group to visit the Faculty of Law or for a visitor to come to your school to speak on topics including:

  • Studying Law at Cambridge;
  • Career options following a degree in Law;
  • Applying to study Law;
  • Choosing a college.

Additionally, if you are organising an event such as a careers fair, subject taster day, or a teachers’ conference, you can contact Ali about involving the Faculty of Law in your event at outreach@law.cam.ac.uk.

Cambridge Law StudentAsk a Law Student

If you are thinking about studying Law at Cambridge, and have questions about life as a Law student or the experience of applying, we can put you in touch with a current Cambridge Law student who can answer your questions.

Email your questions to askastudent@law.cam.ac.uk.

Twitter

The Faculty has a Twitter account dedicated specifically to access and admissions issues, which can be found at www.twitter.com/thinkcamlaw

Medium blog

Cambridge Law Medium BlogThe Faculty maintains a blog of Medium articles which provide information from the perspectives of current and alumni students, members of the Faculty, and others on the subject of studying Law, and life at Cambridge.

Subjects on the blog include 'Navigating the admissions process as an international student', 'Just how important are your GCSE scores?' and 'Why I applied to Cambridge instead of Oxford to study Law'.

Subscribe or browse on Medium at www.medium.com/think-cambridge-law

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