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Law Students See Theory In Practise At London Courts

17 March

Law Students See Theory In Practise At London Courts

Bexhill College Law students recently visited the Supreme Court, the Royal Courts of Justice and the Inner Temple in London. This trip enhanced the knowledge the students had gained in the classroom, as they were able to experience how the legal profession operates in real-life.

Callum Fielding is currently studying AS Law and was very impressed with the trip:
"It was particularly enlightening to see exactly how the barristers and judges operate, as well as practise their profession."

Bexhill College has a drive to enrich the curriculum with practical activities that provide students with inspiration and aspiration into future possible careers.

Peter Hogg, Deputy Head of the Politics, Economics, Business & Law Section, commented:
"The law trip was fantastic! It was a really exciting trip to see the courts in real life that we normally see on the news. It was a real eye-opener for the students to see where their careers can start if they work hard and get involved in the various different enrichments that are on offer. This was a really motivating and valuable trip for our learners."

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