This issue, Chaynee Hodgetts interviews a University Subject Lead in Law and Law Lecturer, Mr Stephen Clear FRSA...

Founded in 1884, Bangor University (formerly University of Wales, Bangor) is one of the oldest academic institutions in the country – and it was originally built upon the donations of local workers, from quarries and fields to factories, contributing from their own minimal pay towards the public appeal for funding. Since being built on the hard work of previous generations (and admitting female students since its inception), the University has further evolved and transformed over the centuries. It opened a Law School 18 years ago and becoming a diverse, dynamic and different place for students to read Law at undergraduate and postgraduate level, now led by subject lead for law, Mr Stephen Clear FRSA.

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Chaynee Hodgetts
Features and Opinion Editor & Barrister
Solicitors Journal & Libertas Chambers

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