Application Form


    Please note that this form may only be submitted once by each applicant. Please ensure that you only submit your final responses to each question. Answers should be no longer than 200 words per question.

    Closing Date: Friday 24 September 2021, at noon.

    We reserve the right not to accept late applications.


    Please note that those who have applied for the CLLB through UCAS, but were unsuccessful in getting into the Clinic, are not able to apply for a second time this year and must wait until next year to apply again.


    Interview dates and training dates for diploma students are still to be confirmed.


    Please note that interviews will be taking place from Tues 28 September 2021 - Friday 8 October 2021.

    If you are applying for membership and are successful, you will be required to attend all the training sessions commencing the week beginning 13 October 2021. These will be conducted by Zoom (Using your University Zoom account only) with some parts of some sessions pre-recorded. The dates and times of the training sessions will be finalised and distributed accordingly.

    Further training sessions may be arranged for the beginning of the second semester and details will be provided.

    All members of the Law Clinic are also expected to attend at our Annual General Meeting, the date of which is still to be confirmed.

    Only those who have attended all training sessions can become Law Clinic members. Considerable time and resources are invested in running the training sessions, and alternative arrangements will only be made in entirely exceptional circumstances and at the discretion of the Clinic Director.


    Our members are able to work on projects and cases. Membership lasts for the duration of your time at Strathclyde.

    Name (first and last):

    University Email Address:

    Current Course (e.g. CLLB, LLB, Graduate LLB):

    Year of study in 2021-22 (e.g. Year 1, Year 2, Graduate LLB Year 1):

    Contact telephone number:

    DS username (e.g. rmb09196)

    Do you intend to apply for the Clinical LLB?
    (This option is available only to First Year Students on the LLB or Graduate Entry)

    Have you applied to the Law Clinic before?

    1) Why do you want to join the Law Clinic? (200 words)

    2) Please give details of any volunteering or advice work you have been (or are) involved in? (200 words)

    3) What skills and experience do you think you can bring to the Law Clinic? (200 words)


    By clicking submit, you confirm that, to the best of your knowledge, you have answered all of the above questions truthfully.

    All applications are treated in the strictest confidence.

    I have read and understood the declaration:
    (Please tick the box)



    The University of Strathclyde is committed to transparency and to complying with its responsibilities under data protection legislation. This privacy notice sets out important information regarding how we will use your information and your rights under the legislation.

    The Legislation

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation came into force on 25 May 2018. This notice is intended to meet the new transparency requirements of GDPR and to ensure that all service users of the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic understand how their data will be used.

    Who will process my personal information?

    Under data protection legislation the University is the ‘data controller’. This means that the University is responsible for how it uses and processes your personal data and for complying with requests from you in relation to your personal data, where appropriate under the legislation.

    How we use your information

    Once you apply to the Law Clinic for membership we will process the information on your application form and any other information you provide us with. We will seek your consent to process your personal data to decide whether you can be accepted as a student volunteer member of the Law Clinic.
    ‘Special category’ personal data relating to race, ethnic origin, politics, religion, trade union membership, genetics, biometrics (where used for ID purposes), health, sex life; or sexual orientation may also be processed, where it is appropriate and lawful for us to do so. In most cases we will seek your consent to do so

    What happens to my data when I’m no longer a member?

    We will retain your personal data for 12 months to allow us to complete our recruitment process.

    Is my data secure?

    Your personal data will be managed securely and held on University servers. Access will be restricted to only those staff, student advisors or authorised agents who require it and on a ‘need to know’ basis. The University will employ any technical and organisational measures necessary to ensure the security of your data. You can find more information about our Information Security policies on our website.

    Your Rights

    You have the right to:
    • Find out what personal data we process about you and obtain a copy of the data, free of charge within one month of your request. We may make a charge for additional copies of the same information;
    • Ask us to correct inaccurate or incomplete data.

    If you think we are acting unfairly or unlawfully you can:
    • Object to the way we are using your data;
    • Complain to the UK Information Commissioner’s Office

    Under certain conditions you also have the right to ask us to:
    • Restrict the use of your data e.g. if you have raised issues about the accuracy or use of your personal data, until we have investigated and responded to your concerns;
    • Erase your information or tell us to stop using it to make decisions about you;
    • Comply with your wishes where you have previously agreed to us processing your data for a particular purpose and have withdrawn your consent to further processing;
    • Provide you with a portable electronic copy of data you’ve given us.

    Please contact us if you wish to exercise/enquire about any of these rights.

    Please sign below to give your consent for your data to be processed by the University of Strathclyde.

    I give my consent for the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic to process my data and where appropriate to share it with authorised third parties. I have read and understood the privacy notice above and I am aware of my rights under the General Data Protection Regulations.

    (Please tick the box)