A FORMER president of the Supreme Court gave legal advice of a different kind to Bradford students.

Lord Neuberger, 70, who held the post between 2012 and 2017, visited Hanson School and the University of Bradford today.

He spoke to students at the Sutton Avenue, Swain House, who may be the legal eagles of tomorrow, about his own career and the importance of law in society.

He was joined on the visit by Ammar Khan, a young newly qualified solicitor, and members of the School of Law at the University of Bradford. Lord Neuberger visited the University of Bradford’s law school in Emm Lane.

Lord Neuberger gave a talk to law degree students, held in the university’s Arthur Francis Lecture Theatre, about the legal profession. He fielded students’ queries during a question and answer session.

His illustrious legal career included becoming a Recorder from 1990 to 1996, when he was appointed a High Court Judge and he was appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal and a member of the Privy Council.