• Law summer school
  • Life in Law

    Explore the world of Law at Oxford Brookes University.

    The Oxford Brookes University School of Law is offering a fantastic opportunity for you to come and experience what it would be like to study Law at university and to work in the industry.

    Over 4 days, at this non-residential summer school you will:

    • Prepare for a mock trial
    • visit a court and police station 
    • gain a better understanding of the main fields of Law
    • get the chance to experience seminars with University teaching staff
    • speak to local legal professionals
    • and take part in a range of interactive activities!

    This summer school will give you a thorough and exciting insight into the world of Law with a Law School that is internationally ranked within the top 200 providers*.

    An opportunity that should not be missed!

    *QS World University Rankings (2016)

    When and where?

    The event runs from 16 - 19 August 2016 10am - 4pm (10am - 1pm on Friday)

    It is non-residential, and held at Headington Hill Campus, Oxford.

    Students will need to ensure they have methods of transport for getting to and from Headington Hill Campus for every day of the summer school.  All travel costs will be reimbursed.

    Attendance on every day of the summer school is required.

    Who is it for?

    If you are about to enter your last year of A-levels at school or college within Oxfordshire, then this event is for you!

    Do I need to have studied Law at A-level to come?

    It is not a requirement that you have studied Law previously to come to this summer school.

    How much will it cost?

    There is no cost for attending this event.

    All travel will be paid for by the School of Law at Oxford Brookes University.

    Lunch will be provided on every day of the summer school.

    Please note that when allocating places priority will be given to those who meet one or more of the following criteria. You will be given priority if you:

    • Are currently/have been eligible for free school meals
    • Have parents/guardians who did not attend university
    • Currently live/have lived in local authority care
    • Have a disability or learning difficulty i.e. dyslexia

    Applications for this summer school are now closed.