Since the enactment of the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015, universities have been expected under section 26 to have due regard to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism (the ‘Prevent duty’). This statutory duty places a range of expectations on Relevant Higher Education Bodies in order to demonstrate their participation in filtering out extremism and potential radicalisation of students on university campuses using a range of policies and procedures. Based on a series of interviews and subsequent set of empirical survey data, this chapter details the lived experiences of Prevent from the perspective of a range of legal academics in university law schools.