Pathways to Law programme enters its 14th year
Pathways to Law is aimed at Year 12 students who are interested in a career in Law. It’s a two year programme which runs throughout Year 12 and 13.
Pathways to Law is a widening participation scheme for students from under-represented backgrounds, who are interested in a career in law. It was set up by the Sutton Trust and Legal Education Foundation in 2006 and aims to raise aspirations, increase social mobility and help more young people progress into the legal sector.
The Pathways to Law programme offers a unique opportunity for students in Year 12 and 13 to experience what it would be like to study Law at university as well as work in the legal sector.
The School’s new dedicated Pathways to Law area on our website provides detailed information about the programme, including what the Pathways to Law programme is, information about applying and information about what the programme offers and what you can get involved as part of it.
Applications for the programme for the University of Leeds close on Friday 23 October.