Pro Bono at Bristol Law School

Whilst at UWE Bristol Law School, students can get involved in a variety of projects from supporting local residents in dealing with community issues to providing free legal advice and assistance to members of the public.

This Pro Bono work could be as part of a specific course or module you undertake or more generally to reflect your legal and career interests.

Why get involved?

Pro bono work is a great way of gaining experience in legal work and learning how to provide law-related advice.

Undergraduate students

Your involvement in these initiatives can count towards your ‘Law in Action’ module and UWE Futures Awards.

Postgraduate students

Opportunities for Postgraduate students to get involved with Pro Bono activities to enhance their portfolios.

Advice agencies and the third sector

UWE Bristol Law School is keen to work with legal businesses, advice agencies and charities.

Law Clinic

The Law Court Clinic is a unique law assistance clinic that operates at the Civil Justice Centre (CJC) in Bristol.

Professional Vocational Course Pro Bono opportunities

UWE Bristol Law School is one of a few law schools in the UK that offers all the law courses that allow you to study law and qualify without having to move.

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