Coventry University-Law

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Connecting students with networks that will help boost their careers is a crucial aspect of gaining an education at Coventry Law School. To ensure this, the Law School has established the “Raising the Bar” scheme — offering students the opportunity to engage in online and face-to-face events with institutional members and guests from the legal profession. Previous sessions include talks from I. Stephanie Boyce, the first black female president of the Law Society and Mary Prior QC, a leading criminal silk in the Legal 500.

This is interspersed with weekly “Spill the Afternoon Tea” sessions, where students can discuss hot topics with industry specialists. Every topic is invited — from running your own law firm, being a BAME lawyer, what HR officials really look for, and more — providing for a safe and open space for students to receive honest insights into the legal profession.

More than that, the school hosts an annual Coventry Law School alumni week, inviting former students to share their experiences, advice and tips with current learners.



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