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WELCOME TO THE LAW STUDENT ONLINE

The latest content for aspiring lawyers from Thomson Reuters, including:

  • Features from leading Sweet & Maxwell legal authors
  • News and legal market round-ups
  • Career guides, podcasts, prizes & more

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GETTING A JOB IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION

No comments, posted on July 12, 2016

We’ve created a series of short videos with valuable insight and advice for students embarking on a career in the legal world. With bite-sized snippets of invaluable advice from a leading panel of experts, it’s easy to watch these between study breaks! […]

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BREXIT

No comments, posted on July 11, 2016

As you are probably more than aware now, on 24 June 2016, the EU referendum result was announced, with a majority of voters deciding that the UK should leave the EU. Once the government notifies the European Council that the […]

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TECHNOLOGY AND THE CHANGING LEGAL SERVICES MARKET

Join us for a discussion on technology and how it’s impacting in the delivery of legal services. This playlist features short bite-sized videos, with experts in the legal tech space, Kirsten Maslen, Head of Government & Academic, Thomson Reuters Legal; Charles Christian, Editor, Legal IT Insider;  Jimmy Vestbirk, Founder, Legal Geek; and Mark Whalley, Director, Financial Services Legal, EY.

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Paula Giliker on Tort Law Developments in 2014

No comments, posted on July 16, 2014

Paula Giliker, author of the Sweet & Maxwell textbook Tort, has written an article for the Law Student all about the key tort law developments thus far in 2014: “Tort law remains a particularly dynamic area of private law and continues […]

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