Our volunteer workshop facilitators are powerful communicators with a passion for empowering young people. They convey precise legal knowledge energetically, enthusiastically and accessibly.
We require that anyone delivering a workshop has, or is undertaking a post graduate degree in law, and has been examined in the Sexual Offences Act 2003. Students studying the Graduate Diploma in Law, CILEx etc. or any other courses must have received their exam results prior to applying.
We ask that volunteers are prepared to commit to delivering an average of one workshop a month, although we are not prescriptive of when or where these workshops must take place.
Applicants will be asked to complete a phone interview, and to attend a half-day training session in person.
The travel expenses of workshop volunteers are covered by schools, and so all tickets and records of travel need to be retained for reimbursement.
To apply to become a workshop volunteer, please email the following information to [email protected]:
- Email address
- First Name
- Last Name
- Phone number
- Current place of work/study
- Which university course you studied/are studying
- Preferred region
Select the region which best describes your local area.
North West England
Yorkshire and the Humber
- Home Post Code
We will only use this to check we're not asking you to travel too far.
- Current status
PLEASE NOTE: In order to deliver workshops to students, we require you to have completed an undergraduate degree and either be undertaking your postgraduate studies in law, or else be fully qualified as a lawyer.
Working/Studying/Other (please elaborate)
- Have you had a DBS check performed in the past 18 months?