Director of the Student Experience (Teaching Fellow)
Director of Equality & Diversity
BA Law, PG Cert. U.T., FHEA
- Tel: +44 (0)131 651 4308
- Email: Lindsay.Jack@ed.ac.uk
- Office hours for current students:
Thursdays, 10am - 11am
The Director of the Student Experience (DSE) is responsible for reviewing and enhancing the student journey into and through the LLB, in relation to employability, study skills and more. DSE also works on issues affecting the undergraduate community within the School.
Having worked in both admissions (The University of Edinburgh) and widening participation (Lothians Equal Access Programme for Schools - LEAPS) Lindsay has a background in access to, transition into, and progression through university.
As Education Manager for The Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet (The WS Society) from 2004 - 2007, Lindsay's interest in legal education grew. That post also gave her insight into the world of legal practice, the routes into the profession and the relationship between the two.
Lindsay has a BA Law from (Edinburgh) Napier University and a Postgraduate Certificate in University Teaching from The University of Edinburgh. She is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Since joining Edinburgh Law School in May 2007, Lindsay has developed programmes of study support for all on-course LLB students and continues to work with colleagues in the School and university - as well as members of the profession - to ensure the experience of all Edinburgh LLB students is as good as it can be.
Lindsay is a Personal Tutor and also the Aspergers' contact in the school providing one-to-one support for Aspergers' students.
Widening Participation (WP)
The University is committed to equality of opportunity and to admit students from all backgrounds with the ability and potential to benefit from, and succeed in, its undergraduate programmes of study. Edinburgh Law School has a wide-ranging programme of widening participation activity from Primary School to final years of Secondary School and beyond. We work as part of the Pathways to the Professions team and run workshops in support of every WP initiative the university runs or is involved with.
Paramount within this work is providing support for all our LLB students once on-course and this is done through programmes such as the School's Peer Assisted Learning Scheme (LawPALS), its Honours counterpart LawPALSHons, Solicitor Links for Undergraduate Guidance (SLUG) and LawPREP (an online resource to help students prepare to study law). Enquiries about any of these projects should be directed to Lindsay.
Law's Peer Assisted Learning Scheme (LawPALS and LawPALSHons)
Pathways to the Professions (Law strand)
Preparation for Studying Law (LawPREP)