Nottingham Law School Alumni Fellowship Programme
The Nottingham Law School Alumni Fellowship Programme provides a unique and structured way for our talented alumni to donate their time to support our current students.
Successful Alumni Fellow applicants offer their skills, experience and knowledge on a voluntary basis for a total of 15 hours per academic year. As an Nottingham Law School Alumni Fellow, you can undertake a range of activities to inspire our students and enhance their personal and professional development.
Activities that you can become involved with as an Alumni Fellow include:
- Employability workshops and events e.g. application reviews, mock interviews, skills workshops etc.
- Writing articles and blogs
- Offering placement opportunities
- Company visits and work shadowing
- Recruitment Fair Support
- Supervising students undertaking a case at our Legal Advice Centre
Each Alumni Fellow dedicates their time to different activities, depending on their own interests, expertise and availability. Alumni indicate their preferred activities on the application form. The Alumni Fellowship Programme aims to provide students with a range of opportunities to meaningfully engage with alumni and enhance their skills. Similarly, it offers our valued alumni the opportunity to raise their own profile here in Nottingham Law School and develop their professional skills and experience.
Benefits for Alumni Fellows include:
- Use of the title "Alumni Fellow"
- NTU email account
- Access to campus, including library resources
- Priority invitations to NTU/NLS events
Contact Chloe-Eve Stentiford (Alumni Fellowship Co-Ordinator) for further information, or register your interest by completing the application form
To ensure that becoming an Alumni Fellow is beneficial for both you and our students, we require that you have the following before you apply:
- Graduated at least two years ago from Nottingham Law School OR
- Hold over two years full-time work experience
If your application is successful you will be required to abide by the Terms and Conditions and the Code of Conduct. You must read and agree to them before submitting your application.
I joined the Alumni Fellowship Programme at NTU so that I could be involved in students' development and share the experiences that I have had so far in my legal career. I had an amazing experience at NTU and wanted to give something back.
Lucy Walker, Solicitor,
Flint Bishop (LLB Hons Law 2008 and LPC 2010)