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Manon Williams: took advantage of all the co-curricular opportunities

During her time at the Reading School of Law, Manon took part in moots, client interviewing competitions, and pro bono work. These experiences helped her overcome her shyness and secure a place on a graduate scheme.

Undergraduate students

Shadha Alkharusi: started her Reading journey with an IFP

Shadya knew she wanted to find a university with a good ranking, good teaching, a multi-cultural community and close to London. Reading ticked all her boxes.

Oyin Arikawe: benefitted from the School's bursary scheme

The School's bursary scheme allowed Oyin to undertake a two-week work placement at a law practice in Oxford and gain essential practical skills.

Arunjot Johal: enhanced his research skills

A variety of work experience placements enabled Arunjot to perfect his legal research skills and decide upon his future career.

Charlotte Kirkby: participated in co-curricular activities

Working with different clients and legal professionals exposed Charlotte to the realities of working within the British justice system.

Heyreet Mangat: developed transferable skills

The skills and knowledge developed whilst studying law - like independent study and independent research and learning - could be applied to any career.

Kashmeera Nadkarni: wanted to make a positive difference

Studying LLB Law at Reading gave Kashmeera the right opportunities to put what she was learning into practice and make a positive difference.

William Page: stayed at Reading after graduating

Following the completion of his undergraduate degree, William decided to stay at Reading and study for an MRes in Law & Society.

Rebecca Walker: made the most of opportunities

As part of her degree, Rebecca has completed work placements and pro bono work, attended weekly careers sessions and travelled with the Law Society.

Master's students

Eyas Alkswani: selected to represent the University at prestigious competition

The International Commercial Arbitration Mooting module gave Eyas the opportunity to participate in 'real world' international commercial law disputes.

Kalina Ivanova: enjoyed passionate lecturers and incredible support

The course content and learning from experts attracted Kalina to Reading and the support of her lectures helped her adjust quickly.

Nudchanard Jindatummanusarn: attracted by internationally oriented topics

The wide range of modules offered by the School enabled Nudchanard to tailor her studies around her interests.

Elisaveta Krasteva: thrived in a supportive environment

Elisvesta's lecturers were really friendly and provided her with invaluable help and support.

Wenxiao Liu: graduated from student to associate lawyer

The approaches and strategies Wenxiao developed at Reading have helped shape his future professional plans.

Nattapapim Phattranurukkul: received incredible support

Transitioning to a UK education was a major change for Nattapapim (Ying) but the welcome and support she received from the staff made the adjustment easy.

Meet some of our academics who are shaping the world we live in 

Dr Peter Coe: where law meets technology

Dr Peter Coe's teaching and research help us to understand media freedom and regulation in the age of citizen journalism.

Professor James Green: when is it lawful to go to war?

Professor James Green discusses use of force, armed conflict, and human rights.

Dr Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne: studying international law

Dr Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne discusses why students are drawn to this area of study.

Dr Beatrice Krebs: Advanced justice

Dr Beatrice Krebs helps change the law on murder.

Dr Andrea Miglionico: secured transactions

Bridging law and business: how Dr Andrea Miglionico's previous financial career has shaped his research today.

Amanda Milmore: Hard work, persistence and practice

Amanda Millmore advises on what it takes to succeed as a lawyer.

Dr Ruvi Ziegler: refugees as political beings

Dr Ruvi Ziegler's research and work into defending the rights of refugees and asylum seekers.

Meet our experts

Our academics are leading subject experts who contribute regularly to global and UK policy development and law reforms through their work with governments and regulatory agencies.

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From upcoming events and lectures to recent publications and important dates, follow us for all the latest goings-on in the School of Law.

Our research

Our academics undertake a wide variety of research, much of which has produced a tangible impact beyond the University.