The workshops are open to all Year 12 students (or equivalent) worldwide. Applications usually open in December and close in February. Please check back on this page for details. 

There is no automatic confirmation email once you submit your application. As with previous years, we expect the programme to be oversubscribed. As well as academic merit, those considering the applications will be taking into account contextual information similar to the contextual information used in the Oxford admissions process. An unsuccessful application does not reflect an applicant’s likelihood of being successful in an application for undergraduate study at the University of Oxford.

Please also note the following:

1. A successful application will automatically enrol you onto the Law Faculty Taster Day. If you plan on attending the Law Faculty Taster Day regardless of whether or not you gain a place on the residential, we recommend that you register for a place as an insurance

2. You can apply for both the Law Residential/Online Spring Workshops and the Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Prize. 

3. You may also be interested in reading our Law Diary and getting in touch with our Law Ambassadors.

4. Please email if you have any queries.

2021 timetable 

All of the sessions were online. 

Monday 15 March

10am - 10.30am Welcome
10.30am - 12pm Legal workshop - Feral Wrongdoers

1.30pm - 2pm Studying, learning and living law at Oxford by Law Fellows     

5.30pm - 6.50pm Virtual tour of Corpus, life as a Corpus Law student, Q&A with Student Ambassadors

Tuesday 16 March

Law Faculty Taster Day

5.30pm - 6.30pm Quiz with Student Ambassadors

Wednesday 17 March

10.30am - 12pm Legal workshop - criminal damages

1.30pm - 2.15pm LNAT*/Admissions/Personal statements session 
*The Law National Aptitude Test is an admissions test which some universities, including Oxford, require law candidates to take.
2.30pm - 3.00pm Final session / Event finish