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The UWE Bristol Law Court Clinic provides opportunities for you to undertake legal pro bono work in and around Bristol in all areas of law. This includes providing advice and representation on family cases, including cases of domestic violence; and working with community groups.Postgraduate research at UWE Bristol offers you the opportunity to contribute to our vibrant and leading edge research. You can work alongside and learn from our international experts. Dedicated support for postgraduate research is provided by the Graduate School. Access the online Graduate School Handbook for current researchers.Law - LLB(Hons) - UWE Bristol: Courses LLB Law helps you gain professional experience through pro bono volunteering and develop your skills through creative assessments so you stand out to employers. Skip to main content.
To qualify for a UWE Bristol fee waiver for your postgraduate part-time course, you need to be: studying at postgraduate level for the first time. This means that you have not already achieved a qualification at the same level as your new course. If you have a master's qualification, you can apply for a waiver for a course at PhD level.Read More
The UWE Bristol Law Court Clinic has developed a comprehensive programme to provide opportunities for you to undertake legal pro bono work in and around the Bristol area. The unit (which includes its free Community Legal Advice and Representation Service (CLARS)) has received national recognition through the various awards it has achieved.Read More
Fiona Brimblecombe is a Wallscourt Fellow in Law (senior lecturer) at the University of the West of England. This role means she has a research focus alongside some teaching responsibilities. Previously, Fiona obtained an LLB from Newcastle University in 2014, an LLM(distinction) from Durham University in 2015 and has recently passed her PhD viva (also in law), at Durham University.Read More
Browse law postgraduate courses at UWE Bristol on prospects.ac.uk. Find your ideal course and apply now.Read More
I am a qualified solicitor and supervise students carrying out legal pro bono work as part of UWE's Business Advice Clinic. I specialise in competition law and financial crime and am currently carrying out research on these topics as part of a PhD. i also have research interests in company and commerical law and Intellectual Property.Read More
N30H BA (HONS) ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE (TOP UP) Business and Law NN21 BA (HONS) BUSINESS AND EVENTS MANAGEMENT Business and Law NN2G BA (HONS) BUSINESS AND EVENTS MANAGEMENT (TOP UP) Business and Law N1NQ BA (HONS) BUSINESS AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Business and Law N1NZ BA (HONS) BUSINESS AND.Read More
If you are a non-law graduate looking to enter the legal profession, the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) provides your starting point for graduate legal study. It takes you through the academic stage required to become a barrister or solicitor, before you then go on to either the LLM in Advanced Legal Practice (LPC LLM) or Bar Professional Training Studies (BPTS).Read More
UWE Bristol, (University of the West of England) is one the largest providers of higher education in the UK. It’s a progressive and supportive university where collaboration with industry helps them to identify skills shortages, develop courses and provide employment enhancing opportunities for their students.Read More
Bristol Law School Careers Support. Speak to a Careers Coach today. Sign up for the UWE Bristol Futures Award Make the most of your time at UWE and give yourself a head start when you graduate. Sign up here. Join a society Develop your skills, impress employers, have fun with one of the many societies at UWE Bristol.Read More
You will have received notification of the professional body requirements in your joining instruction pack. This guidance is just a reminder of the requirements depending on your professional body. All evidence will need to be presented to the BILP registration team so it can be recorded that you have satisfied the professional body requirements and if necessary a copy may be retained.Read More