We want to bring out the best in you and make you feel like you're a part of our School. We offer a range of advice and support services through one-to-one personal tutoring and the School Office to support you whilst you study.
When you start your course you will be allocated a Personal Tutor to support your progress throughout your time at The City Law School. Your Personal Tutor will offer support and advice whenever required and monitor your progress on the course. In addition, they will supervise your professional development to ensure that you can achieve your career goals. Timetabled appointments are arranged at all key stages of your course.
Our Course Administrators provide you with a one-stop-shop advice service. Whether your query relates directly to your course or for advice on other issues, such as finance, the administrator for your course will be able to answer your query.
We believe strongly in working alongside our students and have variety of student support and liaison groups. In addition student representatives sit on course committees, the School Advisory Board, the Board of Studies and other City Committees.
We produce regular newsletters to keep our students up-to-date with latest news from the School and the profession. Aspiring solicitors can read Legal Eye and In Brief is for students who want to pursue a career at the Bar.
City's Centre for Language Studies runs intensive pre-sessional courses in July, August and September at the main University site aimed at people with English as a second language. The aim of these courses is to enable students to become confident in their written and oral English before starting full time study with us.
Fairness and Equality
We believe in the fair and equal treatment of all those who take our courses. The School welcomes students with disabilities or special educational needs. Prospective students are encouraged to identify such needs in the application process so that their particular requirements can be considered by the Disability and Specific Learning Difficulties Co-ordinator at an early stage. Any disclosure of disability or special needs will be dealt with in accordance with the confidentiality provisions of the Special Needs and Disability Act 2001.