Did you study Law or a Law-related subject at Warwick? Do you work in the legal profession? Would you like to help Year 12 and 13 students to read Law at University and later go on to practice it? Warwick alumni are warmly invited to support the Midlands Pathways to Law programme.
Pathways to Law is a national programme fully funded by the College of Law which provides students with the advice, guidance, skills and experience they need to succeed in the study and practice of Law. Pathways to Law offers places to Year 12 students who have a keen interest in Law, are living in the Midlands and attend a state school, have mostly A and B grades at GCSE and who will be the first in their family to attend university.
We are looking for Warwick Alumni who are graduates in Law or currently work in the legal profession and who attended the same secondary schools or sixth form colleges as the Pathways to Law students to help them aspire to a career in the legal profession. Warwick alumni would be invited to attend events and speak to the students about their experiences of studying Law and in the world of work.
Alumni can register their interest by completing a form on the Warwick Pathways to Law website where further information can also be found about the programme.
List of School engaged in Pathways to Law 2010: