Law Students Visit to the Supreme Court
A fantastic experience for A-level Law students at Haringey Sixth Form who were invited to the Supreme Court in central London to carry out a mock trial. During the visit the students were given a tour round the courts and were told about some of the most important cases that had taken place and that now shape the laws of this land. Our students then worked with a number of solicitors to prepare a deliver a mock trial in one of the actual courtrooms. The feedback from the solicitors was that our students were confident, articulate and will one day make excellent lawyers.
Richard Clinch who teaches Law at Haringey Sixth Form College said "these sort of experiences are so crucial for our student’s development. They truly allow them to see what all their hard work is going towards and give them the motivation and confidence to succeed in a career in law."
Aristede Langdon, a Law student at the college who attend the trip to the Supreme Court said "I learned so much about what lawyers actually do and how to deliver an effective argument in a courtroom. I can’t wait to do this again".