Here to support you
We attract the very best talent from all walks of life, from all over the world. We work hard to nurture that talent, and will support you to be the very best you can be. The activities developed and supported by our careers and employability team will help deepen your knowledge, enrich your experience and fast-track your development.
Clair is a Lecturer of Law at the University of Bristol and the School's Director of Employability. Clair's role is to co-ordinate all careers and employability activities, and identify gaps in our provision. Most recently Clair has introduced a new series of events to guide students towards a variety of career paths
Dr Cian Murphy joined Bristol Law School in 2016 as a senior lecturer in Public International Law. He oversees mooting at the School, with selection of inter varsity teams and supervision of their training a key part of this role. Dr Murphy is keen to hear from students with novel ideas to develop mooting and advocacy and build practical skills for all of our students.
Ardavan is a Lecturer, principally in the field of Commercial Law at the Law School teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses in International Commercial Litigation, Banking Law, Contract Law and Tort Law. He is also responsible for coordinating the Distinguished Alumni lecture series.
Ellen is based in the University’s Careers Service and is the Faculty Employability Consultant working in partnership with the Faculty of Social Sciences & Law. Her role is to develop and deliver targeted activities for Law School students to enhance their employability.
Please visit our student societies page to find out more about the work of the Law Club, Bar Society and Pro Bono Society, which provide opportunities for work experience, mooting and debating, visits to chambers and courts, networking events, law and non-law careers advice and more.
Working with employers
- The Graduate Market in 2018, a report by High Fliers Research Limited
For information on law specific career activities please contact:
Director of Employability
You can also visit the Careers Service for support and advice on where your degree can take you.