UCL Laws Undergraduate Programmes

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Student Activities

Students on the LLB degree programmes at UCL have the opportunity to get involved in an array of extra-curricular activities both within the Faculty of Laws and in the wider UCL community.

Activities in the Faculty of Laws include taking part in Pro-Bono initiatives, student mentoring, mooting, writing for the student magazine: Silk v Brief, debating and competitions in client interviewing and negotiation. Many of these events are run by current law students on the Student Law Society Committee for the benefit of the other students. Please see the following pages of our website for further information on:

UCLU (University College London Union) has a large number of clubs & societies for students throughout UCL to join. Please see the UCLU Clubs and Societies Directory for a comprehensive list covering just about any interest or hobby - from rugby to knitting.

National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)
All applicants are required to take the LNAT as soon as possible and no later than 20 January (registration deadline 15 January).

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page before you contact the Admissions Office.
(lines open 3pm - 5pm, Monday to Friday)
020 7679 1492
020 7679 1415
020 7679 1009

020 7679 1414

E -mail: admissions.laws@ucl.ac.uk

The Undergraduate Admissions Team does not accept drop-in visitors or visitors by appointment
. Please refer to Contact Us for information regarding visiting UCL and Open Day events.