I need more help!

We can only do so much via the web. For a more personal touch why not drop in and see us (see opening times here) or email your enquiry to:

Where else?

Your academic adviser (tutor) should be able to help you with most study-related queries. If you are experiencing personal, social or medical problems that are affecting your studies, let them know or drop in to see the Law Advisers who can advise on all matters.

If it's module specific, see your seminar leader in the first instance or contact the module convenor. All staff have office hours or you can email them directly.

Where next?

You may want to look at the KLS Employability pages or University careers service for advice. There is a full list of KLS staff roles here to help you identify the right person to help you.

Plase remember to do things properly when contacting members of staff. The ‘how not to email your professor’ video takes a comical look at what you should avoid doing and why.

I've tried it all and my marks still haven't improved!

Keep at it! Law is hard work. If you are really struggling the KLS participates in the VALUE programme which aims to support Stage 1 students in their exams. We also provide our own programme for Stage 2 core module exams (more info to follow).

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