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Ask a Justice

Ask a Justice

Ask a Justice returns for the 2022/23 academic year, giving 10 schools the opportunity to have a live question and answer session with a Justice from their own classroom.

The sessions provide a unique insight into the work of the Justices and is excellent for students with a keen interest in the law.

Lord Reed Ask a justice session with Students on a TV Screen

The programme is open to accredited teaching institutions (schools or colleges) for Years 11 to 13 in England and Wales, Years 12 to 14 in Northern Ireland and S5 and S6 students in Scotland.

Applications open on the 21st of September, and close on the 28th of October.

Priority will be given to applications from educational institutions who have not visited the Supreme Court before and those located at a considerable distance from the London area (Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales). In England, schools from the following areas of multiple deprivation are encouraged to apply: Middlesbrough; Liverpool; Knowsley; Kingston upon Hull; Manchester; Blackpool; Birmingham; Burnley; Blackpool with Darwen and Hartlepool.

For more information please see the documents below or contact enquiries@supremecourt.uk

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