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Law Residential Event for Year 12 students


Save the Date! 2018's Residential will take place from Monday, 12th March to Tuesday, 13th March, in partnership with Pembroke College.


The first day of this free residential (meals and accommodation included) will involve legal workshops at Pembroke and Corpus Christi College led by legal academics, with opportunities to meet and chat to current undergraduate law students. Students will stay overnight in one of the colleges, then have a closing session on Tuesday, 13th March before being taken to the Faculty of Law Open Day. Applications will be open soon; watch this space!


Last year's event: In 2017, twenty-six prospective Law students enjoyed a packed schedule on the first day of the residential, before exploring the university at our Open Day on June 28th. The programme for June 27th included legal workshops, a tour of the college and advice for interviews and applications. The event gave students a flavour of the study of the subject at university, and the opportunity to explore the college and, on June 28th, the university. Students spoke to tutors and undergraduate students and found out more about the process of applying to study law at Oxford and what it is like to be a student here.


'The academic activities encouraged me to think outside of the box and view a statue which appeared simple in a new way' Year 12 attendee


'It was challenging but not so daunting that it was impossible. The very knowledgeable (undergraduate) helpers were able to help with any parts we didn't understand' Year 12 attendee


'I really enjoyed learning about animal law in "Feral Wrongdoers" ... I did not realise the extent of legislation on animals!"' Year 12 attendee


'"Criminals and crime" ... gave us insight into how legislation is formed and the difficulties encountered (in doing so)Year 12 attendee



2018 Event: Aimed at Year 12 students, the event is free to attend but is expected to again be oversubscribed. Selection for the event will be on the basis of academic achievement and potential and a range of contextual information, including those used in the Oxford Admissions process.


 


 


 


 


 


 

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