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Law Enrichment Week


Law Enrichment Week offers events to develop your academic skills and help prepare you for your future as we welcome a variety of employers from legal and non-legal professions to help you gain insight into the world of work.

Law enrichment week

You’ll gain first-hand advice into building a successful career, growing your network and the types of questions to ask, as well as developing the skills you’ll need to succeed in your first graduate role and beyond.


Academic skills sessions will enhance your skills and help you reach your potential in your assessments.  The sessions will be practical and offer tips on how to make the most of the resources available to you.


The week has been designed for Level 6 and Level 7 Law students, however, all students are welcome to attend the Mini-Careers Fair on Wednesday 1 November.


Mini-Careers Fair

Wednesday 1 November, 14.00 - 16.00, Portland Way Entrance, Portland Way          


It’s never too early to start connecting with employers and preparing yourself for life after graduation. Come to the Mini-Careers Fair to speak to employers in the legal and non-legal sector looking to recruit future talent.


Employers on campus include Michael Lewin, Blacks, Ward Hadaway, Hawkswell Kilvington, Ramsdens, Shulmans, Eversheds Sutherland, Capsticks, Consillia, Front Row Legal, Walker Morris and Minster Law. Also in attendance will be West Yorkshire Police, Computershare, Sagar Wright, Hays, Ministry of Justice and Enterprise Rent-a-Car.


Law Clinic

Thursday 2 November, 11:00– 13:00, Social Learning Space, PD316 (Portland)


The Law Clinic is open to all students and staff across the university who wish to discuss legal matters


The Law School will endeavour to provide advice on any legal issue but in particular, around family, landlord and tenant and small claims issues. Students will interview the ‘client’ under supervision of qualified solicitors and a letter of advice if appropriate will be sent in due course.


To make an appointment please contact Becky Hopkinson on 0113 81 29028 or email R.Hopkinson@leedsbeckett.ac.uk


The Law School will also welcome drop-in clients on the day, if you are unable to book in advance. Download the event leaflet here.

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