Coronavirus Advice

In light of the current Covid-19 situation, we have set up a student hub to provide support and guidance for Law students. We hope that these pages will answer your questions, but please do direct any further questions to our Student Services Team and we will respond to you as soon as possible.

How we will communicate with you

This webpage will act as a hub for all information you need on your teaching and learning, assessments and exams for Term 3. Please check this page regularly, as it will be updated with information as soon as we can confirm arrangements. We will also continue to send updates to you via your Warwick email account, which you should check regularly.

Please also keep a regular check on the University’s Covid-19 FAQ page.

How you can communicate with us

Our team of staff in our student-facing offices will be working from home from Monday 23 March but are still able to respond to your queries and ensure that your programme runs smoothly.

Please send any enquiries to our Student Services Team: lawreception@warwick.ac.uk and we will respond to you as soon as possible.


University Advice for Current Students

As the health and wellbeing of our students and colleagues remains our top priority, we continue to review all of our work at Warwick in relation to Covid 19. We wish to make current and prospective students aware of the following key advice and decisions we have made in addition to Public Health England (PHE) and Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice as we ready ourselves for more significant impact.

Please follow advice issued by the University which is being updated regularly: Coronavirus Advice at Warwick. The University updates include information on Campus, Accommodation, Visa Issues and Mitigation.

The University has established a special newsletter to students which will be going out twice weekly (Tuesdays and Fridays) which is the primary communication channel for announcing the University's decisions on arrangements for teaching, learning and assessment for Term 3 and beyond. This newsletter will give you the information you need, and the University staff are working as fast as they can to provide you with that information. If you have not been receiving these fortnightly newsletters, you can subscribe here.


Staying Safe on Campus

In the coming months, we will be gradually and safely re-starting activities on campus. We will re-open our services and buildings. Discover how to stay safe on campus, and what you need to do to prepare for your return.


Departmental Advice for Warwick Law School Students

The Department is in the process of exploring options for online learning, teaching, assessment (including examinations) and academic and pastoral support for the rest of this academic year, and will be advising you of arrangements as soon as we are able. In the meantime, you should continue your usual preparation for your learning in all of your modules ahead of the examination period. Term 3 will commence on Monday 20 April 2020.

If you are concerned that the current situation is affecting your studies and wellbeing please refer to the University Wellbeing Support Services or contact our Student Services team.

We have compiled all frequently asked questions and important information into the pages below for our different student groups.

Undergraduate Students
LLM Students
Research Students
Future Prospective Students

Thank you for your patience and understanding.