Atif Bostan

LLB Law

  • Visited The Hague with the Law Society
  • Taken part in Mooting competitions
  • 2015 graduate
I enjoy studying law because it is a fast-paced field and under constant development
Atif Bostan.

"One of my highlights here at Bradford has been the close knit friends I have made and the student life has been fantastic.

"You get to spend a lot of time with lecturers here, there’s a lot more contact time, and any problems, any issues, the lecturers are more than happy to sort it out.

"At Bradford I've had opportunities to get involved with mooting and have even visited The Hague in Amsterdam with the Law Society."

Impressed with facilities

"I visited Bradford Law School’s Open Day prior to confirming my offer.

I was impressed with the facilities and the fact that it has a dedicated campus for the Law and Business School.

It gave me an opportunity to speak to lecturers and gain information on what the course had to offer as well as finding out the structure of the course and whether it was suited to my career path."

"I chose my course because I was deeply interested in Law after studying it at college, namely contract law and employment law.

It affects the way we live our life and the relationship between the state and the individual.

I also knew that it would give me the platform to develop and learn new skills such as attention to detail and the ability to work under pressure."

Achieve your aspirations

"I would also say that never be afraid to ask for extra help or guidance as lecturers will be more than happy to explain anything that you may not understand.

I would also recommend students to join the student Law Society and use it to further their academic experience as it will provide them with many skills that employers see as vital when applying for vacation schemes and training contracts or indeed any other placements."

Career support

"I have received unbelievable support from the Careers Service and I believe that many of the extra-curricular roles I am currently carrying out and the ability to gain a mentor would not have been successful for without the constant CV/cover letter checking.

Even when I was not able to come in for an appointment, the dedicated Career Development Adviser for law students was fantastic - all it took was an email to get some advice and/or application checked before I submitted it."

Make use of everything the University has to offer and no matter what your aspirations may be, you will be able to achieve them

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