Supporting your Learning
Our commitment to small group learning, personal tutor office hours and a diverse array of opportunities for feedback and guidance on your progress, means you are only ever one step away from face to face, personalised support.
Personal tutors can help you develop essential skills to complete assignments, deal with exam pressure and manage demanding workloads. They also help you understand how we assess and how to make the most of feedback. They are available throughout the year to support your academic development. You can find your personal tutors details on Blackboard.
Subject tutor’s consultation hours provide an opportunity to clarify anything you are unsure of and discuss your work in the context of preparing for assignments and exams. Information about tutor hours are on Blackboard.
Law Academic Support
One-to-one support with all your academic queries big or small.
Student Support Office
The Student Support Office is here to help with everything from registration problems, submitting assessments and extenuating circumstances - to alternative exam arrangements, changing units or withdrawals. Visit 2.17 or email email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Programme directors are responsible for the development and delivery of our programmes, and can help students with any problems they may be experiencing with their related course. You can find details of who is responsible for your course on Blackboard.
The Law School librarian can help you find and use relevant sources. Find out more about the Law Library services.
Are you using Blackboard's study resources ?
Blackboard is a great source of information beyond being somewhere to share coursework with your tutor. The Law School Student Pages provide links to course and exam dates and deadlines, 'how to' guides, student handbooks, key dates and much more. For all students Study Skills offers online and one-to-one advice, whilst Studiosity provides targeted writing and study support for final year students. Login and start exploring.
Love your Lecture
Attending lectures is a really important part of your learning experience. Being there means opportunities to ask questions of your lecturer and your peers - of engaging with the content more effectively than relying on a recording. What's more, at Bristol you are taught by academics that are often leading their area of research. Be inspired.
Supporting Your Exams
The Law School are committed to providing exam support to you in a variety of forms. Find out more about the ways in which we can support you throughout your student career on our Supporting Your Exams page.