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CSR at BPP University

Through BPP University’s Corporate Social Responsibility strategy, we use our position and voice to improve education, help communities and raise aspirations.

Improving access to justice

Our pro bono projects provide free legal services and support to local communities and the most vulnerable in our society. 

Through our public legal education project Streetlaw, we work to empower individuals by making them more aware of their rights.

We offer opportunities for the next generation of lawyers to engage in social welfare law issues, including the provision of training contract/QWE opportunities within the BPP Pro Bono Centre in housing, family, employment and commercial law.

Committed to helping communities

We encourage BPP University staff and students to make a positive difference to communities, by raising money and lending their skills. Here are just some of the ways we help:

  • Fundraising for the Legal Support Trust by running bake sales, quiz nights, and taking part in legal walks in London and in the regions
  • Delivering training for the charity, LawWorks
  • Providing training to volunteers for the charity A4ID
  • Running workshops for young people with the charity, Leadership Through Sport and Business
  • Supporting Young Citizens events
  • Supporting the BPP Employee Volunteering Scheme

Promoting equality, diversity and inclusion

At BPP University, we aim to facilitate professional careers that are open to all.

To help those with financial barriers, we offer a range of bursaries and scholarships to high achievers who might not have the finances to go to university, but do have the ability, commitment and dedication.

In addition to the BPP Pro Bono Centre’s extensive community outreach work, the Centre is also proud to support the following ED &I and widening participation initiatives:

  • – BPP’s Reverse Mentoring Scheme
  • – BPP’s Bridge project
  • – BPP’s Law Ambassador Programme
  • – Leadership Through Sport and Business’s legal bootcamp

BPP Pro Bono Centre Blog

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Unaffordable? Rent increases

Eleanor Taylor, a Legal Practice Course Student at BPP University, considers the increasing use of Section 13 notices to obtain