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How Practical Law can help you as a law student

No comments, posted on May 9, 2015

Julie Smith, Practical Law, Tax Paralegal and Student Ambassador Mentor Before joining Practical Law as a Paralegal in the Tax Editorial team, I studied both the GDL and the LPC at the University of Law Bloomsbury, so I was somewhat […]

How to write a law review noteworthy of publication

No comments, posted on July 22, 2014

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 […]

Feature: How to be Persuasive in Court by Iain Morley (Advocacy Skills)

3 comments, posted on February 25, 2013

Iain Morley is a barrister and practices in criminal law from chambers at 23 Essex Street, London. Author of ‘The Devil’s Advocate’ (Sweet and Maxwell), the definitive title on Advocacy Skills. TOP TIP ONE When speaking, SPEAK FROM YOUR LUNGS, […]

Westlaw UK Clues & Cues: Westlaw UK Insight

2 comments, posted on December 12, 2012

Clues & Cues is our series of mini walk-throughs for features of Westlaw UK that can give you the most help in your studies. Westlaw UK Insight Westlaw UK Insight is an ever-expanding online legal encyclopaedia providing a comprehensive statement […]

Westlaw UK What’s New for Students: Westlaw UK Insight – now live

5 comments, posted on December 11, 2012

Welcome to the final Westlaw UK What’s New for Students of 2012. This edition announces the launch of Westlaw UK Insight – the beginning of our brand new online legal encyclopedia and one of the biggest enhancements to launch on Westlaw UK […]

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