The University and the Law School is committed to providing a supportive and positive environment for all members of its community and a quality student experience. We recognise that there may be times when things do not go as planned. In times like these, it's important to know that there is a comprehensive support and welfare structure available to help with all kinds of different problems.

Emergency Contact: In a crisis call the Security Team 24/7 on 024 7652 2222 or extension 22222.
For more information on what to do in a crisis outside of normal office hours visit the Wellbeing Emergency Contacts page.


Academic Support

Legal Skills: For help with referencing, researching and academic writing skills. Undergraduate | Postgraduate

Law School Moodle Book: Designed by law students for law students, this Moodle Book called 'WOLC: Subject Specific Learning in Law' is a database of materials and resources to assist you through your studies.

Good Academic Practice: Familiarise yourself with the information on poor academic practice, cheating and plagiarism in our GAP guidelines and discuss specific issues as and when they arise with your module tutors and/or personal tutor.

Academic Writing Programme: Do you need help with your writing? The University offers a range of support for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Find out more.

Library Resources: Visit the library webpages for additional support and assistance during your studies.


Law School Support

Personal Tutor

Each student is assigned a personal tutor from the Law School who will provide academic advice and assist you with University life. Your personal tutor is one of your most important contacts who you can turn to for confidential advice regarding personal matters. Find out more on your key contacts page.

Wellbeing Tutor

Personal tutors may refer cases needing higher level support to the wellbeing tutor. You may contact them directly for issues you are not comfortable discussing with your personal tutor. Find out who your wellbeing tutor is on your key contacts page.

Law Reception

Our law reception team are a friendly and knowledgeable bunch who can help to answer most questions or signpost you to the correct place, so they are a good resource. Please bear in mind their opening hours have been reduced due to Covid-19 so perhaps drop them an email in the first instance.

Module Leaders & Seminar Tutors

Contact your tutors about the material covered in your modules. If there is something you do not understand, you should first speak with your seminar tutor during their advice and feedback hours and they should be able to offer you the help you need. Seminar tutors can also offer advice on assignments. Module leaders are responsible for all academic aspects of modules, including lecture content, seminar questions and solutions, setting assignments and tests if appropriate, and the provision of generic feedback on assessment. Contact them about any academic issue relating to a module which your seminar tutor cannot help with.

Financial Support

IT Bursary: If you are a home fee paying undergraduate or postgraduate taught student who is struggling to meet the cost of the IT equipment you need to undertake your course, then you may be eligible to apply for a non-repayable IT Support Bursary of £600. Find out more.

Law School Hardship Fund: The Law School has a limited fund available to assist undergraduate and postgraduate students experiencing sudden and unforeseen financial difficulties. Applications may be made to the fund by any student who is currently registered on a taught or research programme with us (this excludes students whose home department is not the Law School). Find out more.


University Support

The University has centralised provision for personal, health, wellbeing and safety support in order to improve and standardise student welfare.

Wellbeing Support Services

The wellbeing team can support students with a range of difficulties including practical, emotional, disability and mental health problems. Find out more.

Other University Support Services

There are many different sources of support across the University. Here are some of the ones we think might be helpful to you:

  • Advice and Welfare Services at the Students' Union - practical advice on all aspects of student life.
  • Chaplaincy - welcomes students and staff of any or no faith.
  • Counselling Service - offering free counselling and advice to all staff and students.
  • Disability Services - support for students with disabilities including mental health conditions.
  • Financial Advice - information and advice on tuition fees, accommodation fees, library fines and any other charges students may encounter whilst they are at Warwick.
  • Health Centre - access health advice and register at the Practice.
  • International Office - guidance for students from overseas and visiting students, including visa and immigration advice.
  • Nightline - an independent student-run confidential listening support service which is open all night, every night of term from 9pm to 9am ext 22199, or 02476 417 668.
  • Residential Life Team - the Residential Life team work and live alongside you within the Halls of Residences and are a key part of the University's welfare and support network.
  • Security Services - the University Security Team works 24 hours a day to support the University’s overall aims by ensuring there is a safe, secure and friendly environment for all.
  • Dean of Students - the University's Dean of Students has overall responsibility for student welfare and the personal tutor system.

Other Useful Pages: