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Latest Content

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How to ace your Law firm interview

No comments, posted on February 17, 2015

Jane-May Cross, Editor, Practical Law So you’ve made it through the lengthy application stage. Don’t start congratulating yourself yet! The hard work starts here and this is your chance to shine. You’ve shown that you’re good enough on paper, now […]

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Future Legal Legends

No comments, posted on January 28, 2015

You are the legal industry’s next bright stars, leaders and legends. At Thomson Reuters we understand the challenges, trials and copious amounts of reading that make up a law degree. So while you’re working your guts out, we’ll be right […]

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Nutshells

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Nutshell topic guide: The Court Structure (English Legal System)

No comments, posted on April 7, 2014

To help you during the revision period, we’ve asked you what your toughest topic is for a number of law subjects – and, like last year, we’re now giving guides to these topics away for free! We’ll be releasing the guides […]

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Roundups

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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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