As a law student, you spend a lot of time with your textbooks. But are they working for you?
The Oxford University Press Student Law Panel gives you the opportunity to have your say about the textbooks you're using and helps us to make sure we're meeting your needs.
Read on for more information and how to apply.
To apply to join the Student Law Panel, click the link above to go to the application form. Once completed, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the OUP Student Law Panel?
The Oxford University Press Student Law Panel is a group of undergraduate law students from universities all around the country. Students come from all year groups and a range of law courses.
Why does OUP have a Student Law Panel?
As the leading publisher of legal textbooks it is vital for us to make sure our products are meeting your needs as students. The Student Law Panel gives you the opportunity to have a voice in the publishing process through feedback and reviews.
What does being on the Student Law Panel involve?
You'd be expected to:
- Complete 4 to 5 e-surveys per academic year
- Review and offer opinions about new publishing ideas
There are also opportunities to get involved in focus groups and meet ups.
You can join the panel at any point in your undergraduate education and are welcome to remain on the panel until your graduation.
Why should you join?
As a panellist you’ll have the opportunity to get to know a wide range of different texts and resources that could give you the edge in your studies.
Participating students are also rewarded in credits for each task they complete that can be used towards OUP books. The number of credits available per task can vary depending on the amount of effort involved, with each credit worth £5.
Who is eligible?
If you're an undergraduate law student studying at any UK university and at a UK based campus, we want to hear from you!
How do I apply?
It's easy! Fill in the application form now. Once you've sent in your application, you'll receive a response within seven working days.