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    I'm an incoming law fresher, and would really like to know more about what the fresher fortnight is like. I understand that you can't really buy events separately, but I'm not sure if I can commit paying at least a hundred pounds for something I'm not sure I will enjoy. I enjoy the occasional club and bar, but I wouldn't want to go nearly every night.
    Can anyone let me know what it's like? Also, there's the question of the France trip - what exactly will we be doing there and where are we going? It also clashes with the welcome fair, and I would hate to miss it. However, the France trip is said to be UCL Law's "tradition" so I would hate to miss it as well if it was iconic.
    Thanks in advance!
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    I am also an incoming law students. I haven't even received any information about Law Freshers yet. I guess it depends how much it costs. I just don't really know how I'm going to manage my time between the law freshers events and the normal events as I still want to attend some of them.
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    btw the welcome fair is both the Saturday and Sunday. so if the French trip is only one day, you would be able to make the welcome fair.
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    (Original post by becky21851441)
    I am also an incoming law students. I haven't even received any information about Law Freshers yet. I guess it depends how much it costs. I just don't really know how I'm going to manage my time between the law freshers events and the normal events as I still want to attend some of them.
    Information is on the law Freshers 2016 Facebook page! I've heard from people that you are basically paying more than a hundred quid for two whole weeks of drinking - and that sum doesn't even cover the alcohol. If that really is the case, it doesn't sound very appealing to me especially since it's so expensive. If you want to be added to the group, just search it and request to join!
 
 
 
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