Law (Jurisprudence)

Studying law will not only give you the opportunity to qualify as a solicitor or barrister: it will also help you develop a diverse set of skills which you will be able to apply in many different situations. You will learn to assimilate and analyse complex information, construct arguments, write with precision and clarity and think on your feet. 

Introduction to Law | Interview and LNAT | Student Life | Livestreams

Introduction to Law

The two videos below explain how the law programme is taught, what qualities make a great law student and how to submit a strong law application.

Why apply to study Law at Oxford?

Applying to Oxford

Interview and LNAT

All law applicants will take the LNAT and those that are shortlisted will also be interviewed by members of the law faculty, these videos will help you prepare for both events.

The LNAT from a Student's Perspective

The Law Interview

Student Life

Law students can join a number of societies and clubs. Kwok, a current law student has documented a day in her life as a third year student, including planning her time effectively and ensuring it’s not all work and no play.

Wellness and disability support

A day in the life of a Law student

Clubs and societies

Law-related societies

Previous Livestreams

Missed the livestreams from the Virtual Open Days? Watch them below.

LNAT/Interviews with Law Ambassadors

Friday 17th September 2021

30 June - Livestream Q&A

1 July - Livestream Q&A