Law

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A vocational but universally-useful course which allows students to see law in its historical and social contexts.

Course Resources

Here are some general resources related to Law.

Overview

Overview πŸ”— This is the Law section of the University undergraduate prospectus. The most important information about the course is here, including entry requirements, course structure, and prerequisites.

Faculty website πŸ”— This is the official Faculty webpage for prospective undergraduates, which links to various resources. The most important of them is the Faculty of Law undergrad prospectus πŸ”— 🌟, which gives a general overview of what studying Law at Cambridge is like.

Unofficial Prospectus πŸ”— This is an unofficial prospectus put together by the Cambridge University Student Union; it’s written based on students’ perspectives and gives a better sense of what the day-to-day experience as a Law student is like, compared to official materials.

More things to explore

The Law Students' Guide πŸ”— 🌟 Two Cambridge Law graduates have contributed to this free book about applying to law; being successful at university; and subsequently getting a training contract.

Think Cambridge Law πŸ”— 🌟 A blog for prospective Law students. Weekly articles explore topics ranging from admissions and events, to career pathways and student experiences.

Email your questions to [email protected] - they will be answered by current Cambridge Law students!

Application Resources

Reading lists πŸ”— These are the reading lists for the papers that first-years take. Don’t be intimidated by how long they are; they’re intended to be worked through over the course of a full academic year, and honestly no one reads everything anyway.

FAQ πŸ”— 🌟 Some useful answers to common questions about the application process.

Admissions test specification πŸ”—

Admissions test specimen paper πŸ”—

InsideUni Law interview experiences πŸ”— 🌟 Current students talk about their interview experience, as well as sharing some tips. We’re biased, but we think they’re useful!