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Getting a Pupillage: The Pupil Barrister

No comments, posted on November 14, 2016

Are you thinking about pursuing a career at the Bar or you’re currently researching career options? We spoke to a new Pupil to find out how they got their Pupillage. Check out this post on the Thomson Reuters Blog.   […]

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SQUEEZE A LITTLE EXTRA INTO YOUR DAY

No comments, posted on October 31, 2016

As a law student, you will be expected to do a number of different things: attend classes or lectures, prepare work for discussion in tutorials, seminars or classes, and write essays. Often you will be given several of these tasks […]

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Damages in Tort: Flowchart

No comments, posted on September 22, 2016

A flowchart summarising the principles that a court will consider when determining a damages award in a tort action, including causation, mitigation, contributory negligence and remoteness. the flowchart also sets out the types of damages that may be awarded. Share […]

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Damages for Breach of Contract: Flowchart

No comments, posted on September 15, 2016

A flowchart explaining the principles that a court will consider when determining a damages award for breach of contract. For an overview of the law of damages for breach of contract, see Practice note, DamagesĀ for breach of contract: an overview. […]

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Britain’s new relationship with Europe: What could the future look like?

No comments, posted on September 13, 2016

This article provides an overview of the implications of the withdrawal process of the UK from the EU, together with a summary of the possible opt-out options. Written by Lucy Fergusson, Linklaters LLPĀ  BACKGROUND TO THE REFERENDUM Although the UK […]

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