Welcome to Trinity College’s Law homepage.
Law is a fascinating and vital part of our lives, and we who teach and research it at Trinity are eager to share it with you.
The following pages contain information about studying Law at Trinity. We cannot tell you everything about the College or about Law here, so we encourage you to visit us for yourself: we run a number of open days during the year and you can always come to see the College at other times.If you can’t find an answer to a question on admission to read Law, please email email@example.com and we’d be delighted to help.
Here at Trinity, we can offer you just about everything you could need to help you become the best lawyer you can be: excellent facilities, inspiring surroundings and passionate, dedicated and experienced teachers.The only question is whether you want to challenge yourself with a rewarding, highly regarded and important degree.
Law at Trinity is also on Twitter: follow us at @TrinityLawCam to hear about and be part of what we are up to
Catherine Barnard, Louise Merrett, Jo Miles, Benjamin Spagnolo, Sarah Worthington
Why study Law?
If you’re considering a Law degree but aren’t sure, here are some thoughts that might help you.
Law at Trinity
Trinity has a vibrant community of Law students from all walks of life, nestled in an environment supportive of study, enjoyment and development. Read More.
Applying to study Law at Trinity College
On this page you will find information about how to apply to study Law at Trinity College, what we’re looking for in applicants.
Law Residential: a chance to experience Law at Trinity
This event will offer the opportunity to experience life as a Law student at Cambridge, with insight into the teaching style, the particulars of the course, and the chance to meet Law academics and current students at Cambridge. The Law residential overlaps with the Open Day at the Law Faculty, allowing a glimpse of both the faculty and the college side of the Cambridge experience. It will include one night of free accommodation in Trinity College, as well as free meals throughout the visit.
Robert Walker Prize for Essays in Law
If you’re in Year 12 and would like to explore and write about an area of Law, click here to find out about Trinity College’s Robert Walker Prize for Essays in Law.
A copy of our Law brochure is available here. You can also obtain a course brochure, setting out the BA in Law from the Faculty’s perspective, by writing to:
Law Faculty Office,
10 West Road,