Junior Lawyers Club London workshops

London Workshops  resuming September

We run monthly London workshops for 8-11 year olds where members learn debate and public speaking skills through a variety of fun, fast-paced challenges, games and role-plays.

Every six workshops completed amounts to one level in our JLC certificate system.

Our London workshops run in the Mansel Road Centre, Wimbledon SW19 4AA one Saturday a month, from 2pm-3.25pm and 3.30-4.55pm. They cost £22 per workshop.

The London workshop runs on a Saturday when there are no online workshops, so students can attend:

  • The face-to-face London workshop only
  • The online workshops only
  • Both the online and the face-to-face London workshops

Upcoming Dates:

We are monitoring the current situation and will resume London workshops once it is completely safe to do so.

Book a JLC Workshop
BOOK A WORKSHOP

We run online classes as well as face-to-face workshops in London.

Students can gain Junior Lawyers Club Certificates and take our Bronze, Silver and Gold exams.

Who are the Junior Lawyers Club leaders?
WHO WE ARE

We are experts in our field. Our team includes barristers, LAMDA trained actors and educational experts. Our Board of Professional Advisors includes the Principal of Pearson College and Vice President of Higher Education Awards, University academics, and former Dean of Kaplan Law and Business School.

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GALLERY

The Junior Lawyers Club is one of my favourite places to be at weekends. I have absolutely loved it and enjoyed every session. This term was amazing. It has helped me greatly with my debating skills, as well as the opportunity to work with some amazing students.’

Leo - 10

‘I really enjoy all the fun activities that we do, which help us build our persuasive skills and put our points across concisely. They’re also very useful because they help me build up my confidence to stand up to others.’

Toby - 11

‘These sessions helped my daughter to build her skills and confidence in public speaking and to express her thoughts effectively. She found this really helpful for her secondary school interview.’