Admissions to Cambridge Law: Dr Simone Hanebaum

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Admissions to Cambridge Law: Dr Simone Hanebaum” – below is their description.

The Faculty of Law holds an annual Open Day for undergraduate students, at which members of the Faculty discuss the Faculty, the Cambridge admissions system, and the benefits studying Law at Cambridge, The Open Day gives potential students, and their parents and teachers, a chance to look around the Faculty and the Squire Law Library, meet members of Faculty staff, and ask any questions they might have.

In this lecture Dr Simone Hanebaum discusses the admission procedure for students wishing to apply to the University of Cambridge.

The general talks given at this Open Day are available to watch or listen to via the University Streaming Media Service, iTunes or YouTube.

For more information about the Undergraduate BA Law Tripos Degree please refer to

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