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Legal tweets: who to follow

No comments, posted on May 11, 2016

Students are taking to Twitter to engage with law firms before, during and after their training contracts. Who are the best firms to follow, as well as the bloggers and commentators that can provide the very best insight? Law firm […]

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Top Tips for Effective Exam Revision

No comments, posted on May 3, 2016

With exams right around the corner, now is a great time to make sure that your revision is as effective as possible. Revision prior to an exam is vital, so these tips will help you cope with the traditional unseen […]

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10 Reasons Why Law Exams are like Game of Thrones

No comments, posted on April 25, 2016

Winter is coming and so are exams. With Game of Thrones back to help you procrastinate and ‘skive off’ revision, we thought we’d list 10 reasons why we think law exams are just like the battle for the Iron Throne. […]

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New Update – Darbyshire on the English Legal System

No comments, posted on January 18, 2016

(11th Edition, 2014) Penny Darbyshire has written an update to Darbyshire on the English Legal System covering all developments up to December 2015. Click here to download the Darbyshire on the English Legal System update now.  If you don’t already have a […]

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A YEAR OF WORK DURING YOUR LAW DEGREE: THE BENEFITS

No comments, posted on June 30, 2015

Eugene Marlin, Thomson Reuters Legal Scholarship recipient, speaks about his 40-week work placement as part of his Law (LLB) degree. A placement makes you stand out from other applicants in competition for a role because it provides a wealth of […]

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