BAME Advocates

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Who are the ULaw BAME Advocates:

The role of the BAME Student Advocate is to support and empower Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME) students. BAME students are defined as students who self-identify their ethnicity as other than White British. The BAME Advocates will support and inspire BAME students across all the courses and campuses of The University of Law.

We aim to have BAME Advocates at all ULAW campuses. We recruit for new BAME Advocates every September, so please keep an eye out for the job advert.



Mission Statement

Diversity. Inclusion. They’re more than just words for us. As BAME Advocates, we aim to empower Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students across The University of Law to overcome structural, procedural and attitudinal barriers within University and the legal profession. We have a multicultural world —we want to reflect that inside ULaw.



BAME Advocate Podcast

A Conversation with the BAME Advocates ft Jacqueline Cheltenham – National Programme and Student Affairs Director for BAR courses.


Click here to listen to the podcast