Lebanese lawyer Akef Khoury chose to pursue a Masters in International Commercial Law at City, University of London
Community Volunteering gave me the motivation I needed. I could see exactly how, each week, I was learning to be better at my future job
Anisa is a third year LLB Law student. Studying law has opened up many different career pathways for her; she isn't confined to just one ca ...
The careers advice was incredibly useful and the consultants really helped me to strengthen what Iâd written to ensure that my applicatio ...
Gaining a mentor has helped Bianca take part in valuable legal work experience and gain confidence in her legal aptitutdes
Chanthima is exploring the responsibility to protect people from Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide, War Crimes and Ethnic Cleansing
UK student, LLB, graduated in 2014
After completing her law degree in Greece, Desponia became a trainee lawyer, before embarking on the LLM in Maritime Law in London.
Donald is an attorney from Jamaica, currently working as a lecturer at the University of Aruba.
Fatema is a second year LLB Law student. She came from Tanzania to study in London and chose City as it is a university that is going place ...
Gul Reza is a final year Law student in The City Law School. City’s prestigious law school was the main reason he applied to study here.
By going to the Careers Service, I believe that one is able to become aware of just how many opportunities and variety there is out there
Heena is a third year LLB Law student. She is from Canada and came to the UK to study in London. She chose City because of the central loca ...
Imogen volunteered with the Hackney Community Law Centre through the City Law School's Pro Bono Community.
Janai set up the street law project Your Law to provide local youth with legal knowledge
John is originally from Northern Ireland, and decided to pursue his postgraduate studies after working in legal practice for a few years.
Kola is a qualified barrister in Nigeria, and chose to return to studying to broaden his knowledge of the maritime industry.
I firmly believe that having a more experienced person in guidance is necessary to any type of development.
Meeting other students as career-motivated as myself and gaining useful and applicable knowledge for my chosen career is the best thing abo ...
Your skills are constantly developed upon by volunteering within the community.
"Working with pro bono allowed me to use the drafting skills that I am learning on the BPTC, with real-life clients as opposed to hypotheti ...
After completing his studies in politics, Navid chose to start a new career in Law at City. Read his advice to future GDL students.
During her studies on the LLB at City Law School, Niresha undertook pro bono work at the Women's Legal Centre (WLC) in Cape Town
'The degrees that City University offer are specifically chosen with professions in mind, and that makes it unique.'
After studying politics and sociology in her hometown Ottawa, Canada, Samantha embarked on the Graduate Entry LLB to pursue a career in law
"I chose to study at City because it was the only school in the UK where I could complete an LLM combining Maritime Law and Energy Law."
"My best City experience was my time as Bar Society President. The role was demanding, but it felt great helping those interested in enteri ...
Veronica is interested in researching child and family law and the relationship between EU law and human rights law.
Yasemin is a second year LLB Law student. She loves her course and is also involved in a whole variety of activities across the university.