Pathways to Law
Applications for the 2016 entry to the programme are now open and should be made online at http://www.suttontrust.com/applypathways.
Deadline for applications: Friday 7 October 2016
Pathways to Law was set up in 2006 by the Sutton Trust and the College of Law (now the Legal Education Foundation) to widen access to the legal profession. The Pathways scheme delivers a varied programme of lectures, seminars, advice and guidance sessions, skills development workshops and interaction with undergraduate students and professionals through e-mentoring and a legal work placement.
Students join Pathways to Law in year 12 and continue through to the end of year 13. Students on the programme are invited to attend LSE based academic sessions on legal issues as well as a diverse range of topics including choosing and applying to university, CV and interview techniques, subject-specific revision sessions and workshops on different areas of the law. Students will also visit the Supreme Court, Inner Temple and the Royal Courts of Justice. In addition they will take part in work experience in the legal sector as well as receiving e-mentoring from LSE undergraduate law students.
The LSE Pathways to Law programme has 70 places available to students in London.
Who should apply?
You should consider applying for a place on Pathways to Law if you are currently in Year 12 and are interested in following a career in law.
To be eligible for the programme applicants must:
Be attending a state school or college in one of the 32 London boroughs and be currently studying in year 12
Have achieved at least 5 A/A*s at GCSE
AND meet criteria from at least 3 of the following 4 baskets:
Have been eligible or be in receipt of Free School Meals during secondary school and/or the 16-19 bursary and/or the Pupil Premium
Be the first generation in your family to attend university
Attend a school or college with a low overall A level points score and/or low levels of progression to university
Live in an area with low progression to HE and/or live in an area with high levels of socio-economic deprivation In addition, priority will be given to students who are (or have been) looked after, accommodated or in care.
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com
More information about the programme can be found on the Pathways to Law website