Studying Law at the University of Exeter goes far beyond traditional course work. One of the program’s main benefits for students is the chance to be involved in a large number of Pro Bono projects. Pro bono publico (often shortened to pro bono) is a Latin phrase meaning “for the good of the people.” This means gaining real world experience, while improving the lives of many who would have no where else to turn for legal advice and support.
With these goals in mind, the Law School has created Exeter Law Projects (ELP). ELP has many streams of pro bono opportunities and a general appeal for interest is circulated to students in September of each academic year. See a list of projects here: http://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/law/public/probono/
The University of Exeter is a Russell Group School which means it is recognized for maintaining a standard of excellence in both teaching and research. The Law School offers both a 3 year LLB for applicants who do not have an undergraduate degree, as well as a 2 year Accelerated Law Program for those who have already graduated from university.
Exeter Law has been a popular destination each year for many Canadian students who are now successfully working back in Canada. To find out more about programs, or to apply to Exeter Law from Canada please contact Barclay Educational Services at JSB@barclayedu.com Barclay is a recognized agent of the University of Exeter. As such there is NO CHARGE to students for our services. The University pays our fee.