Danya J.I. Aburass

It is very challenging, but very rewarding.

Zaynah Bamgboye

Norton Rose Fulbright. I attended Law school in Nigeria and qualified as a barrister and solicitor.

Chloe Barnard

I most enjoyed my third year, as this was the year I was able to choose which modules I wanted to study. I chose a variety of modules so that I could explore different areas of law.

Michael Berry

University College London. With the outstanding support from the University of Exeter I was able to move back to Plymouth to begin my exploration into the legal world.

Ian Blelloch

Chaco Limited. I left Exeter in 1983 and joined Spicer and Oppenheim, in the City of London.

Emma Burton

Baker McKenzie. In January 2021, I started my LPC at BPP University.

Gabrielle Cameron

Ernst & Young. After I graduated from the University of Exeter in 2011, I moved to China for a year to teach English as a foreign language to young children.

Emily Chandler

Macfarlanes LLP. I graduated from Exeter in 2018, and started the LPC at BPP in Holborn, London shortly afterwards. I then completed my training contract at Macfarlanes and qualified into the commercial real estate group in September 2021.

Alex Cisneros

No5 Chambers. After I graduated in 2012, I moved to India to work in a human rights NGO.

Kanon Clifford

Bergeron Clifford LLP. Since leaving Exeter, I have been working at one of Canada’s Top 10 Injury law boutique firms.

Tim Constable

Dentons UK and Middle East LLP. I am in the international commercial disputes team at a large international law firm.

Fiona Coombe

Staffing Industry Analysts. I qualified as a solicitor in 1987 and worked in private practice until 1998 when I became Head of Legal Services at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, one of the largest trade bodies in the UK with 3500 recruitment company members to whom we provided legal services.

Paul Dowling

Leigh Day. I worked for a commercial law firm in Spain for a period.

Joanna Eades

SPCA. I left Exeter with a Law degree and continued to pursue law in London (Freshfields) where I qualified into the tax department and worked for 5 years. I left to take a sabbatical as a Project Manager in Namibia with Raleigh International, before returning to tax at Herbert Smith, British Oxygen Company and then PepsiCo.

Arta Ebrahimpour

Arta Ebrahimpour. Studying law at Exeter has been an incredibly enriching experience. This would not have been possible without the faculty members.

Gianna Eckert

Extensive support from academics throughout the program, very personal contact to professors, the seminar based teaching approach of the program which creates an unique space for stimulating debates, multicultural character of the program (many international students enrolled in the program)

Beth Enos

It was the constant challenge that I enjoyed most about my Law degree. Being surrounded by like-minded students encourages you to push yourself throughout your degree.

Osman Nuri Ersoy

T.C Halkbankasi A.S. After returning to Turkey from Exeter, I worked in a private law firm operating in the field of commercial law in Istanbul.

Erika Federis

Wirex. I completed my training contract at Foot Anstey in Exeter, during which I found my passion for the wonderful world of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

Duncan Gorst

Hogan Lovells. Shortly after graduation, I undertook an internship at a Chinese law firm in Beijing, an opportunity that the university had made possible.