Law

Our Law Summer Programmes have been developed by experts within the field to offer students a fully immersive experience of working as a professional in the industry. 

Available online and as 1- or 2-week residential programmes at Imperial College, London.

Dive into the world of law, learn the fundamentals of the profession, and discover the exciting career pathways open to you.

These experiences offer the opportunity to delve into criminal law, the art of negotiating, legal research and drafting, advocacy skills and case preparation, conducting appeals, and international space law.

The residential programmes include a full day in London Court Room running a simulated live trial in a court setting with professionals from the industry and features a crash course in developing the building blocks of your ‘Supercurricular Toolkit’ that will set you up for a successful university application.

Available in a format to suit

We understand that every student has different needs and aspirations, and we strive to provide personalised guidance and support to help each individual achieve their goals.  

We offer our programmes in a range of formats, lengths and suitable for different age groups.

 

Our Team

Gavin studied law at Magdalen College Oxford . After graduating, he obtained several master’s degrees in law-related areas, including criminal psychology, international human rights, social policy, and animal welfare law. He was called as a barrister in 2007, and since then, he has worked as a legal representative in immigration and human rights law.

AboutProEd

Our programmes are designed to give students and young professionals a comprehensive understanding of various career paths, including STEM-related fields such as Medicine, Engineering, and Computer Science, as well as Psychology, Law, and Finance. We work closely with industry-leading experts to provide a unique insight into the day-to-day realities of these careers, and our theoretical and academic components are developed with the support and expertise of academic staff across G5 and other top UK universities, who contribute to the crafting of the academic aspects of our programmes.

At ProEd, we firmly believe in the power of project-based learning. Our programmes are designed to give students the opportunity to work on real-world projects, providing them with the skills and knowledge they need to hit the ground running when they enter the workforce. Our interactive simulations, site visits, seminars, and networking sessions are designed to give students a true taste of the working world and help them make informed decisions about their future careers.

We understand that every student has different needs and aspirations, and we strive to provide personalised guidance and support to help each individual achieve their goals. Our team of dedicated professionals is on hand to provide career guidance, answer any questions you may have, and help you navigate the often-complex world of education and career development.

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Included

All nights on Imperial College campus. Standard Twin Ensuite Room shared with another ProEd pupil of same age and gender.

Optional upgrade to single room available. Can be added at point of booking.

A cooked breakfast and dinner is included all days.

Optional lunch vouchers can be booked for students attending all residential programmes. Can be added at point of booking.

On-campus cafes and restaurants are available. However, they only accept payment cards and do not accept cash.

Course relevant day in industry includes all travel expenses.

All excursions and a comprehensive evening social programme.

Provided by Endsleigh, this policy covers emergency medical assistance and medical costs, cancellation, loss, theft or damage to baggage and money.

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Not included

Airport transfers are not included in the programme fee but can be purchased during the booking process.

Optional lunch vouchers can be booked for students attending all residential programmes.

On-campus cafes and restaurants are available. However, they only accept payment cards and do not accept cash.

A cooked breakfast and dinner is included each day.

Will need to be booked separately.

Students will be responsible for their own spending money.