Some of the current opportunities and support available is listed below. This will updated periodically, so keep checking back!
If you feel anything is missing (e.g. a study skills workshop that you would benefit from), you wish to give feedback on any of the below, or you feel you require extra support in some way, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple currently offers up to 30 placements, which include one week in a set of barristers chambers and one week marshalling (e.g. sitting in court alongside a judge), designed to encourage able students from disadvantaged and/or underrepresented backgrounds to gain experience of what a career at the Bar involves.
Queen Mary School of Law may submit two applications to the Middle Temple for consideration. The scheme is open to undergraduates who;
Recipients of the Inner Temple Pegasus Access and Support Scheme will not be eligible to receive an Access to the Bar Award.
Applications for 2022 are now open!
Please click here for the application form [DOC 53KB] and guidance for students [DOC 35KB]. Two academic references must also be submitted with your application.
Applications must be submitted via email to email@example.com no later than Midday on Wednesday 9 February. Late applications will not be accepted.
If you have any questions or have not received the email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
European law firm, Fieldfisher, and Queen Mary School of Law are working in partnership to bring an excellent career development opportunity to 15 – 20 first year LLB students from ethnicities which are currently underrepresented in law. The successful applicants will become Career Focus Partnership Scholars and will attend four skills sessions at Fieldfisher’s Central London offices before being invited to interview for possible internship positions.
Applications are now open. Find out more about the Career Focus Partnership.
Lawyers Volunteering for the Arts began life in 2010 when a small group of interested law firms formed a working group to try and address the legal needs of low income arts organisations across England and Wales. Since 2012, a pro bono referral initiative has seen firms assist arts groups across the country on a wide range of legal issues.
This scholarship will enable a law student to support the LVFA initiative whilst gaining practical experience of the pro bono advice sector and financial support. Find out more about this opportunity on the LVFA Scholarship page.
The School of Law has a number of bursaries and scholarships available to students throughout the academic year. Please refer to the bursaries and scholarships page for more information.