The Law Clinic and Work-based Learning Annual Presentation Evening
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The University of Plymouth Law Clinic is hosting a presentation and poster display evening to celebrate and showcase the various Law Clinic projects and work students have undertaken as part of their work-based learning module. The event also provides an opportunity for students to thank the Law Clinic’s numerous community supporters and partners. 

This event will allow students from the Law Clinic and work-based learning projects to showcase their amazing work by way of presentations and an interactive poster display event. The evening will focus primarily on a variety of themes from the different projects and there is the opportunity to ask each group of students questions about their work and discuss with them the project themes. 

The University of Plymouth Law Clinic is coordinated by students and supervised by staff and practitioners. The Law Clinic is a key part of the Law School and can be an invaluable part of a student’s experience while studying at Plymouth. Students gain an insight into law in practice and a chance to see how the law works in genuine settings by managing real cases. The Law Clinic provides students with valuable skills, knowledge and experience of the law in practice.

Attendance at this event is by invitation only. Please contact events@plymouth.ac.uk for any queries including regarding registration.

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