National Justice Museum Education work in partnership with the Rolls Building Art and Education Trust to deliver educational activities for sixth form students at the Rolls Building. Activities aim to increase understanding of careers in the civil justice system and how to access them. The Rolls building houses the Chancery Division, the Commercial and Admiralty Court and the Technology and Construction Court. It is the largest specialist centre for the resolution of financial, business and property litigation in the world. The Rolls Building has 31 court rooms in total.
We have a specialist legal learning team who will introduce groups to the building and what happens here. Students work on a case study based on a previous High Court case and learn more about the fascinating world of the English and Welsh justice system.
The stimulating and professional environment of the Rolls Building coupled with our thought-provoking courtroom activities, make an engaging learning experience for key stage 5 students.
Mon - Fri
10:00am - 4:30pm
Sat - Sun
weekends, bank holidays. Please book in advance for weekdays
The Rolls Building
During an educational visit, groups will discover key spaces in the building, learn more about high court cases and meet a high court judge.
We offer a range of activities for students from Primary to University level.
All activities must be pre-booked.
To express your interest please call 0115 9939 811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rolls Building is located in central London and easy to reach via public transport.
The building is DDA (Disability Disabled Act) compliant however we must be made aware of any access requirements in advance of your group visit so we can cater for your needs. Please contact us on 0115 9939 811 or e-mail email@example.com to discuss this.
Hearing enhancement facilities, Accessible toilets