Ask a Justice

Ask a Justice

The Supreme Court is offering students the opportunity to have a live question and answer session with a justice from their own classroom.

These sessions run between the months of January and May 2022. The live sessions offer students with a keen interest in law a unique chance to (virtually) meet and speak with a Justice.

We received a large number of applications from schools across the United Kingdom and we have now selected our 12 finalists. Finalists will be contacted in due course.

Lord Briggs speaking to students from Helston community College
Lord Briggs speaking to students from Helston Community College

The programme is now open for applications.

Applications will close on 29 October 2021 and the successful candidates will be contacted in November 2021.

Applications must be made by teachers from accredited teaching institutions (schools or colleges) for the following year groups: Years 11, 12 and 13 in England Wales, Years 12-14 in Northern Ireland and S5 and S6 students in Scotland.

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.

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If you have any questions about the programme, please contact enquiries@supremecourt.uk or call 0207 960 1500/1900