Horsham student event explores law of murder

Hannah Pike, centre, and Collyer’s Head of Law Janene Weymouth, second right, with Collyer’s studentsHannah Pike, centre, and Collyer’s Head of Law Janene Weymouth, second right, with Collyer’s students
Hannah Pike, centre, and Collyer’s Head of Law Janene Weymouth, second right, with Collyer’s students | Other 3rd Party
A Horsham college welcomed a representative from the University of Law to host an interactive murder-themed event.

Collyer’s students had to work in teams to consider elements of a fictional murder scene, led by Hannah Pike, student recruitment manager at the university’s Guildford campus.

Janene Weymouth, head of law at Collyer’s, who organised the event, said: “The Murder File event was fast paced and totally interactive.

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“It focused around a murder crime scene and students had to work in teams to consider a number of elements, such as witness statements and evidence supporting a conclusion of whether the death was murder or manslaughter.”

A-Level law student Liberty Farley-Dove said: “I thoroughly enjoyed this event.

“Murder and manslaughter are both topics that I study as part of my A-Level law course, so the content was highly relevant and acted as timely revision as I head towards my final exams.”