Cardiff University Law 0.22
Enrolment and induction events
|Straight Law Students (M100)||Welcome talk for new students||Wednesday 21 September, 09:00||Room 0.22, Law Building|
|Integrated Law Students||Welcome talk for new students||Wednesday 21 September, 10:00||Room 2.27, Law Building|
|All Students||Financial Capability Talks||Thursday 22 September, 09:00-10:00 and 10:00-11:00 (students need only attend one of the talks)||Room 0.22, Law Building|
|Library Induction Session||Thursday 22 September, 12:00-13:00 and 13:00-14:00 (students need only attend one of the talks)||Room 0.22, Law Building|
|Student Law Society/Student Panel talks||Thursday 22 September, 14:00-15:00 and 15:00-16:00 (students need only attend one of the talks)||Room 0.22, Law Building|
Careers introductory talk
Introductory careers session for first year students will be on Monday 24 September at 16:00 in room 0.22 of the the Law Building.
There will then be a regular careers sessions taking place throughout the year, which will be open to all students of any year group.
University induction events
There’s a whole range of activities taking place during enrolment week at the Students’ Union, including the Sports Fair and the Societies Fair, where you can join Cardiff University Law Society.
The Law Society have prepared a guide for new students which offers insight on what to expect from your time here, as well as more information on the Law Society and its recurring events.
You’ll be allocated to tutorial and seminar groups in law modules by the Law School. Please note that your timetable only covers lectures in law modules – if you’re an integrated student, you’ll receive a lecture timetable for your non-law subjects and find out your tutorial and seminar group arrangements when you attend the enrolment event in your other School.
You will be able to access your timetable online via the MyTimetable application during enrolment week. You will be given instructions on how to access it at your school enrolment event. A guide will also be available via Learning Central.
For the Legal Foundations module, a reading list will be confirmed in your first tutorial. You can read “Glanville Williams, Learning the Law” in advance, but it is not compulsory.