Human Rights Networking

If you’re interested in using your law degree to work in the field of human rights then why not consider adding to your knowledge and contact base as well as giving your CV a boost at the same time by joining the Justice Student Human Rights Network?

The organisation also offers opportunities to undertake an internship in the summer after graduating with your law degree so the earlier you get involved the better equipped you’ll be to be able to make an outstanding application.

Click here to find out more about the JSHRN.


FREE STUFF!! Call into the Placement and Careers Centre – (PCC: 1st Floor, Bannerman Centre)

I’m sitting here, surrounded by FREE copies of:

  • Lex 100 – the student guide to the UK’s premier law firms
  • Real World – Law Special Issue (featuring “Mr Loophole” – Nick Freeman, the celebrity lawyer)
  • Target Jobs Law – application tips from recruiters, areas of practice described by leading lawyers
  • The Beginner’s Guide to a Career in Law
  • Target Courses – Conversion and Vocational Law – financing your training, solicitor or barrister, and course providers including LPC and BPTC
  • Target Jobs – work experience law: vacation schemes, mini-pupillages, law fairs and open days
  • Prospects Law – Explore law careers

Some alternative reading for reading week, when you need a break from your academic textbooks! Please call in and take copies – tell your friends, too!

How to find a job

The Placement and Careers Centre at Brunel University advertises:

  • Graduate jobs
  • Graduate training schemes
  • On campus jobs
  • Part-time & vacation
  • Voluntary opportunities
  • Overseas opportunities

How do I access the jobs vacancies?

Online at

How can I sign up for job alerts?

Go to

[You can stop alerts any time you want!]

Can I still access the jobs when I’ve graduated or from off campus?

Just enter your Brunel Student ID number in the box, and then click Login to vacancies