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School of Law

Sarah Heath


Widening Participation Coordinator

Room Number: WP Office and G4, Laws, Mile End


I coordinate and manage the Pathways to Law programme at Queen Mary University of London. The Pathways to Law programme was set up by the Sutton Trust and The Legal Education Foundation in 2006 to inspire and support academically-able students from non-privileged backgrounds who are interested in a career in Law. I work with these students over two years, organising and running events for them such as visits to the Royal Courts of Justice and Inner Temple; Work experience placements; Taster lectures, University experience days and Law master classes; Personal Statement, CV writing, Interview skills and LNAT workshops and Networking, Public speaking in the work place and Mooting workshops, to name but a few. The students also have the opportunity to attend a four-day National conference at Warwick University. These events are designed to inspire these students to apply to Higher Education and to particularly develop their interest in the field of Law.

I also manage all of the School of Law UG Scholarships and Bursaries, as well as other schemes and awards such as The Career Focus Partnership, the LVFA Scholarship, Access to the Bar, Cambridge Long Vacation Scheme, William and Mary Drapers Scholarship and the Language and Learning Scholarships. I am the first point of call for any student interested in applying to one of these awards and I manage the records of the award winners and their contributions made to the school.