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SPITE for Schools: Revenge Porn workshops

Queen Mary’s Legal Advice Centre is the first and only free community legal advice centre providing advice on revenge porn. This is a well-covered and sensitive subject that is highly relevant to school age students. The LAC and Queen Mary Pathways to Law are offering the opportunity to book free workshops to educate their students on the issue of distribution of intimate images. More information is available on the SPITE for Schools project page.

If you, or your colleagues, wish to be placed on our mailing list so you are informed of any events or opportunities the School of Law Widening Participation team are running, please email pathwaystolaw@qmul.ac.uk.

Pathways to Law

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. This is an excellent opportunity for Year 12 students who are considering a career in Law.

More information is available on the Pathways to Law page.

Students taking part in Minecrafting and the Law Minecrafting and the Law

Minecrafting and the Law is two half-day events hosted in Queen Mary’s Octagon and a court of law. The event introduces KS2 students to the legal system and the court room using interactive activities and Minecraft Education Suite.

Storytelling and the Law

This half-day event explored how Year 9 students feel about the law using visualisation and presentation. They also met alumni of the School of Law and found out more about their journeys to law, before participating in a Mock Court exercise in Queen Mary’s Octagon room.