Law students at The Sixth Form College, Solihull explored the theme of the law in relation to medical negligence this week, thanks to a masterclass from the University of Law.
In a series of workshops in College, all 150 second year A level Law students participated in an interactive session, revising the Law and applying it to cases.
Student Aqsah Ahmed said:
“It was a really useful recap session going over topics we have studied and preparing us for our exam in the summer.”
Approximately 50% of A level Law students from the College go on to do a Law degree at university with several going to study at the University of Law in Birmingham.
Curriculum Leader Elaine Gerard commented:
“The University of Law are incredibly supportive of the College and come in to deliver masterclasses to our students every year. As always, these workshops were highly instructive to the students and will significantly aid their preparations for their important summer exams.”
In addition to this association with the University of Law, the College also operates a Law Academy, which runs in association with Aston University. Law students who join the academy get the opportunity to research and present their findings on a fictitious case study and get advice on applying to study Law at university.
14 March 2017