On 5 November Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) invited participants to the RGSL Fall Excellence School, where over 30 students from secondary schools in Latvia met for the second session. The first part of the day, led by RGSL incoming Rector, Professor Mel Kenny, was devoted to charting the central provisions of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, in particular analysing the fundamental freedoms. In a second step, students engaged in a “‘BREXIT” role play exercise” simulating issues that may arise in the forthcoming ‘Brexit’ negotiations. In this exercise the group broke up into teams to advise different parties (the UK Government, the EU Commission, the Latvian Government) in negotiating the UK’s exit from the EU. In the afternoon, participants met RGSL alumni Rūdolfs Kaļķis (Law and Diplomacy, Bachelor programme, 2016) and Kristiāns Vīgants (Law and Business, Bachelor programme, 2016), who explained why they chose to study at RGSL and about their achievements as RGSL students at the Latvian National Project Management Championship for Students. Lectures at RGSL Spring Excellence School take place in an interactive learning environment, with insights into how law, diplomacy and business work in the real world, and where attendees can meet RGSL Alumni and discover career possibilities. The next lecture will take place on 3 December. Upon completion of all three sessions, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation, as well as the chance to win a 10% discount for the first year of studies at RGSL.