Jonathan G. Burns, a experienced law-reviewer, has written a short article providing you with guidance for writing a law review note that is worthy of publication. Jonathan is a published author, about to embark on a legal career with international law firm Dentons in […]
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Penny Darbyshire takes you to the best-known courts in London and around the Inns of Court, covering the history and legal background for key sites in London.
The Law Student Magazine: Careers Special is now available to download, containing guides to Becoming a Solicitor: Pathway to Practice; and Becoming a Barrister: Pathway to the Bar.
Mary Ashley is a recent graduate from the University of Oxford. In a guest article for the Law Student, Mary considers the decisions you have to make on the path to becoming a lawyer.
As a First Year at University, the last thing you want to be thinking about is what you will be doing once you graduate. But if you want to compete in the intense competition for jobs, you don’t really have much of a choice. The sooner you think about it, the more likely you are to be successful.
With the Law Student we’ve set out to inspire you to make the difference in your law career . So on the new site you’ll find articles, updates, podcasts and news round-ups to help get you qualified – content focused on what you need not just as students, but as the lawyers of the future.
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