Summer School, in association with

Linklaters LLP




We are inviting students to take part in our Summer School. Your task during the course of the Summer School will be to critique the current law in a specific area and voice your opinion on whether it should be reformed. In previous years we have looked at fracking, the right to be forgotten, the gig economy, law and tech and most recently white collar crime.

The project will run every evening at Linklaters' offices on Silk Street in London from 6-8pm during the first week of August. During the sessions we will give you the opportunity to engage with the law and covering this topic through workshops and guest lectures from experts in the area. Throughout this experience we aim to improve your communication, reasoning, research, presentation and critical thinking skills.


Apply now:

The only eligibility requirements we have are that you will be 16 years or over at the time of the project and that you are studying for your A-Levels (or equivalent) at a non-fee paying school. All of our projects are free of charge for all students. 


To apply complete a brief application form by clicking here.​ The deadline for applications is 1pm on Sunday 18 July.