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If you are currently in year 12 and are wondering if you want to take Law as a career and study at University? Then why don’t you try our ‘Test Drive Your Law School Day’ at Brunel on Wednesday 26th March between 11am-3.30pm. It is a chance to meet existing students and lecturers, enjoy a class, try a debate, have lunch, ask questions about what Law is like as a career, and get a feel for what it is like studying a Law degree at Brunel Law School.
Susan Easton participated in a debate at King’s College on Prisoner Voting Rights: the meaning and consequences of defying Strasbourg in Parliament. Her co-panelists were Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, the former President of the Supreme Court and Dr. Michael Pinto-Duschinsky, a member of the UK Commission on a Bill of Rights.
Proud of its heritage in developing the debating and mooting skills of its students, Brunel Law School has recently redeveloped it’s Moot Court to provide a more apposite learning experience for its undergraduate and postgraduate students.