What made you decide to apply for a Law degree at Bristol?
I applied to Bristol because it is a renowned, leading university in a beautiful and vibrant city. I knew studying here would provide me with an array of opportunities and I would be taught by world-leading academics.
What is your favourite part of the course?
My favourite part of the course has been my optional units such as "Rich Law Poor Law" and "Race and Law" which are unique units to the University of Bristol Law School. They have provided me with the tools to critique and question the law beyond legislation and cases. Studying them has been an eye-opening experience and made me feel more confident using my legal knowledge to implement positive change in the future.
What is your favourite part of living in Bristol?
My favourite part of living in Bristol is the range on offer. To name a few there is a lovely harbour, the infamous Clifton Suspension Bridge, the vibrant Stoke Bishop as well as a huge shopping centre. There is lots to do and lots to see and this huge range means there is something for everyone.
What type of extra-curricular activities did you get involved in and what did you find the most rewarding?
I regularly attended University of Bristol Law Club (UBLC) events and was the Diversity and Inclusion Officer in my second year. I was also on the African Carribbean Society (ACS) sub-committee and regularly attended ACS events during my time at university. Lastly, I did kickboxing and was a Trip Co-Ordinator for the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) in my final year.
While I cannot choose which one I found most rewarding, UBLC was a great way of meeting other students interested in going into commercial law and meeting people in the profession. ACS was a great way of meeting other students from a similar cultural background and establish a supportive network. Being a Trip Co-Ordinator allowed me to continue my Erasmus experience in Bristol after a year abroad in Spain and kick-boxing was a great escape from my […]