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Monday, 12 February 2024 - 4.00pm
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Online webinar

Calling all prospective and current University students interested in learning about Law at Cambridge and the exciting and impactful career paths available to Law graduates! The Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge is excited to introduce its first annual Exploring Legal Futures webinar. This series of free online events will provide those interested in studying and practicing law with key information to inform their decision on which legal path may be right for them. With talks by leading legal professionals, Cambridge lecturers, and current students, there are talks available for anyone interested in studying law and exploring future career paths in and around the legal sector.

This session will see a small panel of different speakers demystifying law both as an academic subject at Cambridge as well as a broader profession and sector.

HHJ Emma Nott, who is a Circuit Judge at Reading Crown and Family Courts (Selwyn, 1991), is passionate about widening access to and increasing diversity within the legal profession. She will speak to her personal experiences during her legal career, as well as the socio-economic barriers which she and others are working to breakdown in order to make the legal sector a diverse and equitable one which is representative of our society.

She will be joined by a current student at the University of Cambridge studying Law who will speak to their personal experiences of Law at Cambridge, as well as Dr Matilda Gillis, Access Officer at the Faculty of Law and Hong Kong Link Early Career Research Fellow and College Lecturer in Law at Corpus Christi College. Matilda will build on the discussion by explaining what it is to be part of the Cambridge Law community, and best advice for those interested in studying Law anywhere or indeed going on to work in law beyond university.

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