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Law Faculty Open Day

University Open Days

University Open Days are aimed at prospective applicants in Year 12 (or equivalent) and prospective mature applicants (aged 21 or over), together with any parents or supporters. Attendees get the opportunity to explore our University and colleges and gain insight into what it is like to be a student at the University of Cambridge.

University Open Days take place each year typically in early July. Further information will be available nearer the time.

Faculty Open Day

Faculty of Law Open Day

The Faculty holds an annual Open Day in early July for anyone thinking of applying for the BA Law degree.

At the Open Day, potential applicants will get an opportunity to hear about life at the Faculty, consider what studying Law at Cambridge might be like, meet staff, students and alumni, and ask any questions they might have.

The Open Day is also an opportunity to have a look around the Faculty, and the wider City of Cambridge.

Recordings of some of the sessions from our 2023 Open Day are available to watch in the videos on this page. Further resources are available below:

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Virtual Tour

If you are unable to join us in Cambridge, we do invite you to explore the building in our virtual tour:

College Open Days

Please refer to the list of college events to determine what events are being held by each college which might be of interest.

Professor Mark Elliott, Welcome/Law at Cambridge

Professor Mark Elliott welcomes attendees to the Faculty Open Day and explains about studying Law.

Dr Findlay Stark, The Boundaries of Theft

Dr Findlay Stark gives an example Criminal Law lecture about theft.

Dr Janet O'Sullivan, Legal Problems

Dr Janet O'Sullivan explains what a Law supervision is like, through a discussion of a handful of legal questions.

Ms Elizabeth Langer, Applying to Cambridge Law

Ms Elizabeth Langer discusses the admission procedure for students wishing to apply to study Law the University of Cambridge.