New for 2016, the School of Law at Oxford Brookes University are excited to launch a Summer School programme for aspiring lawyers. This programme is aimed specifically at local A-level students looking to study Law at university or learn about working in the legal sector.
This non-residential programme runs over four days and students will take part in a range of activities, including a mock trial, visiting the local crown court and police station and engaging in interactive seminars with a range of Law academics.
The summer school will take place from the 16-19 August 2016 and will be based in the beautiful Headington Hill Hall, a stunning 19th century mansion with extensive grounds.
One of the summer school organisers, Dr Michael John-Hopkins, a senior lecturer in Law at Oxford Brookes University and a researcher in International Humanitarian Law said
“We are excited to offer this summer school by way of engaging young people in our legal system and fostering knowledge and skills that will serve them well in their future career”