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Women are invited to get legal by University of Cambridge

10 February 2009

Women thinking about studying law are invited to attend a free taster day at Cambridge University’s Lucy Cavendish College on Saturday, 28 February. Lucy Cavendish is one of the four Cambridge University colleges for mature students, and is women-only.

The taster day will give an overview of what it’s like to study law, an explanation of the Cambridge applications process, and a look at various careers in law. The event is open to all women, regardless of background.

Speakers will include lawyers who studied at Lucy Cavendish, including Jessica McCracken who works in compliance law in London, and participants will have a chance to meet current law students at Lucy Cavendish and other Cambridge colleges.


Law Taster Day

Saturday 28th February 2009

For prospective mature (over 21) women students

Thinking of pursuing a career in Law?  This event will give you a taster of legal argument, and what’s actually involved in studying Law.  Two Law lecturers will introduce you to key issues in their field, and you’ll then discuss a particular case, guided by current students.  Lucy graduates in Law will talk about their career, and the options opened up by a Cambridge Law degree.  The Admissions Tutor will be on hand to offer individual advice about applying.  The afternoon will end with a drinks reception where you can meet more Lucy graduates, and stay on for dinner in College if you wish.

To book a place at this event please complete the registration form here, and return it to Gaby Jones, Admissions Officer, at Lucy Cavendish College.