"In a democracy governed by the people... the judiciary should reflect the whole community, not just a small section of it."
President of the Supreme Court Lady Hale in a 2014 speech to female members of the judiciary.
At the Faculty of Business and Law, we are proud of the success of our women staff and students and their vital contributions to both the law profession and our academic community.
Taking part improved my critical thinking and encouraged me to express myself clearly
I have provided research assistance for an academic publication and achieved a training contract at a top London law firm, representing both Anglia Ruskin and my future employers in the prestigious Training Contract and Pupillage Handbook.
Receiving the John Owens Scholarship has felt extremely rewarding
The Anglia Ruskin mentoring scheme partnered me with a solicitor from a local law firm, who arranged an invaluable work experience opportunity.
The course will no doubt enhance my employment opportunities. Eversheds, the third largest law firm in the world, is acting as my mentor
I aim to make use of my law degree and work for the Civil Service