Lawyers in schools

January 29th, 2012

Lawyers in School

Lawyers from leading law firm Slaughter and May have been working with our Year 10 business students, helping them improve their understanding of the law. The sessions are part of the Lawyers in Schools scheme, developed by the Citizenship Foundation. The scheme places practising and trainee lawyers into the classroom to work with young people, providing an opportunity for them to discuss and explore various legal issues with students from local schools.

The sessions are based around laws and regulations and how they affect consumers and businesses. Once a week each class will have 6 Slaughter and May lawyers to work with the students in groups. The four sessions discuss various aspects of law including: criminal and civil law, copyright law, consumer law and employment law.

We are delighted our school has been chosen to be involved with the scheme. We know our students will find the sessions informative and useful.


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