Volunteering & Casual Work in the School of Law2020-09-29T16:54:20+00:00

Volunteering & Casual Work

The School of Law offers the following volunteering and casual work opportunities:

Click on the + icons below to find out more about the different volunteering opportunities at the School of Law.

This Committee has representatives from staff and students and allows for students to communicate their views about programmes and the way in which the School is managed. Student Representatives are recruited by the SU at the start of the academic year. You can find more information on the SU website.

Being a Student Ambassador for the Law School is a great way to get involved in your University and gain valuable skills for the future. You’ll learn more about the University, experience working in a professional environment, improve your communication and interpersonal skills, gain experience of working with young people, develop essential customer service skills and earn money.

New Student Ambassadors are recruited at the start of the academic year. Please keep an eye on the School of Law email newsletters for announcements.

The School of Law’s Law into Schools and Colleges project allows students visit schools and colleges across the Sheffield City Region to deliver Law and Criminology taster activities to Y10,11,12 and 13 students.

Working as part of a team you will research and design the activities to be delivered to GCSE and A-level students by considering relevant GCSE and A level curricula and liaising with schools and colleges to find particular areas of interest.

We are currently not in a position to recruit student volunteers for this project, but are hoping this will change in semester 2. Please keep an eye on the newsletters and law student community website for more information.