The University of Liverpool has been awarded funding from the Office for Students for a 2-year project to bridge the digital skills gap in the Liverpool City Region. Three students from the Liverpool Law School have been appointed as Digital Coaches as part of this project team. Their focus is to look specifically at the increasing significance of digital skills for graduates working within the legal sector. The Liverpool Law School fully supports this project. We feel it will help us to better understand the needs of the legal sector in and around Liverpool, and to develop our own teaching and training to meet those needs.
To help us with our research we would be grateful if you could complete our short survey at – https://forms.gle/cutorQC6kgEmKy859
The survey will take no more than 5 minutes to complete.
We will be collecting responses on Thursday 22nd August, so if you would like to contribute to the research, please respond before then.
Thank you in advance and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch by email:
Lynsey Lambert (Student Digital Coach, Liverpool Law School) L.C.Lambert@liv.ac.uk
Jeremy Marshall (Lecturer in law, Liverpool Law School) J.Marshall@liv.ac.uk