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The Rule of Law

Law Taster Lecture

Speaker: Dr Alice Schneider, Head of Faculty and Assistant Professor for Law

Date: Wednesday 10 November 2021, 4:30-5:30pm (GMT)

The taster lecture introduces listeners to the Rule of Law. The term ‘Rule of Law’ comprises various moral and procedural meanings, which we will explore in this lecture. We will think critically about what a legal system looks like when the Rule of Law is respected.

The Rule of Law is also an important cornerstone of UK Public Law, so in addition to investigating it theoretically, we will also look at the role that this principle plays in the context of the UK constitution

This taster will also include an introductory overview of studying at NCH, and there will be ample time for Q&A with Faculty and Student Ambassadors. 

Here’s what previous participants have said about our Law Taster Lectures:

“An interactive and enlightening insight into what NCH is and promotes, as well as lots of subject-specific information from a lecturer. A brilliant question and answer feature allows for quick responses and great involvement in the taster session. I’m so glad I took part and would recommend it to everyone!”

“The speaker was fantastic and very informative; I was able to get a real insight into what a Law lecture will actually look like!”

“The whole hour felt very welcoming and was to such a high standard, I was really taken back. Everyone involved was very informative and friendly. I really enjoyed it and will definitely be signing up for more.”

“This event was so useful to me as an A-Level student with a strong interest in Law. It enabled me to find out more about the subject I love and how I can pursue Law in the future.”

“Provided a great experience and a really good idea of what would be studied at university.”

“The interactive opportunities throughout the presentation, such as the polls we participated in and the Q&A at the end, were hugely helpful and enhanced my experience of the lecture.”

“Amazing and informative! This helped me to confirm my future career choice of being a solicitor.”