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Cambridge Sixth Form Law Conference

 

Without coming on CSFLC, there is absolutely no chance that I would have even entertained the idea of applying to Cambridge Ben King, third year Law student and CSFLC Committee Member

The Cambridge University Sixth Form Law Conference (CSFLC) welcomes students from all backgrounds and aims to give a true insight into what it is like to be a Cambridge Law undergraduate.

The four day residential event involves lectures given by current Cambridge academics, workshops from city law firms, talks from barristers’ chambers and a range of social activities. The Conference takes place annually in March.

The conference was established in 1973 by a group of Cambridge Law students committed to encouraging the academic study of Law. Today, the CSFLC Student Committee continues to run the event with these aims in mind, working dispel any preconceptions of Cambridge and to demonstrate that Cambridge University is truly open for anybody with the drive to succeed.

Applications for the March 2021 event open on 1 December 2020. The Conference will be running virtually in light of the ongoing pandemic and is open to students meeting widening access and participation criteria.

For more information, please see the Conference website.