Work experience

Experience real life law

The core curriculum is richly supported by opportunities to participate in pro bono work, or secure an internship, pupillage or mentor. Initiatives such as the Bristol Law Clinic and Human Rights Law Clinic will help build skills, empathy and much more to deepen your learning experience.

Mentoring opportunities

Securing a mentor can help you to develop key skills that employers are looking for, such as communication and personal skills, increase your confidence and motivation and provide you with an opportunity to delve deeper into an area of law or non-law that you are considering pursuing. Find out more about our mentoring schemes.

Contact us

For information on Law School specific career activities please contact our Employability team on 

You can also visit the Careers Service for support and advice on where your degree can take you.

How to get involved

We will advertise Law School and student-led opportunities in our weekly Employability Bulletin and publicise competitions on our Law School Student Employability Blog.

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