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Jennifer Robinson's visit to the PPL programme

On 13 November, Jennifer Robinson, a human rights barrister from the Doughty Street Chambers in London, visited the PPL programme. Jennifer is a high-profile lawyer who has worked on many notable cases, with clients including Wikileaks, the West Papuan independence movement, and the BBC World Service. She recently became one of the youngest women ever to address the International Court of Justice. Jen spoke to the PPL students about her journey to becoming a lawyer, what it is like to work as a barrister, and how she views her role within the legal system.

Tue 27 November 2018, 09:42

Congratulations to our first cohort

Congratulations to everyone who has met their offer and firmed up PPL. We are looking forward to meeting our new cohort very soon.

Check out our Welcome to PPL page to find out what comes next in your PPL journey.

If you missed out on your offer, other programmes may still be available to join Warwick through clearing.

Thu 16 August 2018, 10:19

PPL Offer Holder Day

PPL Offer Holder Day Schedule

Wed 28 February 2018, 09:56

Philosophy Department awarded the Bronze Athena Swan Award

We are delighted to announce that University of Warwick Philosophy Department has been awarded a Bronze Athena Swan award by the Equality Challenge Unit.

The Department is amongst the first Philosophy Departments in the UK be successful in achieving such an award and we look forward to working on our detailed and lengthy action plan over the coming months and years.

Tue 11 July 2017, 07:44

PPL Arrives at Warwick

We are proud to announce that our new degree in Philosophy, Politics and Law will launch in 2018/19 with an engaged and enthusiastic cohort of students ready to take on the fantastic challenge of studying these three disciplines together. The degree provies opportunities to connect the synergies between the subjects and prepares students for a borad range of career paths.

"Come to Warwick to study this exciting new degree and engage critically in three intrinsically related disciplines that are deeply relevant to our everyday lives." Trevor McCrisken, PPL Admissions Tutor

Tue 11 July 2017, 07:43