The Cambridge University Sixth Form Law Conference was founded over forty years ago to give Year 12 students who may be interested in studying Law at degree level a balanced view of the Law, both as an academic subject and as a profession, and also to offer an insight into life as a Cambridge undergraduate.
The Conference is run by a voluntary committee of eight current law undergraduates and relies on the invaluable support of the Law Faculty.
Please note: the dates for the 2017 Conference have now changed due to a clash with examinations at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law. The Conference will take place from Monday 27th March 2017 to Thursday 30th March 2017.
Accommodation will be alongside current students in colleges. The aim of the Conference is not to 'hard sell' either Law or Cambridge but to give a unique experience which will without doubt help students when faced with difficult decisions about their future. (Please see "About the Conference" for a taste of what the Conference offers).
The cost of the 2017 Conference is £140 which includes all lectures, workshops, tours, activities, meals and accommodation. We do offer a limited number of fully funded places, and work closely with the Cambridge Admissions Office (CAO) to ensure that financial assistance is given to those students who need it the most. When you apply, you will be asked if you would like to be considered for funding. For more information, please see our Apply page.
More details about what the conference involves, our partner colleges, reviews by former delegates and application details can be found on this website. Please do feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.