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Legal News Round-Up: February 2012

4 comments, posted on March 6, 2012

Smoke-free Private Vehicles Bill 2012 (HL Bill No.123) introduced – a Bill to amend the Health Act 2006 to make provision for a ban on smoking in private vehicles where there are children present.

FSLA Essay Competition

1 comment, posted on January 30, 2012

Every year the FSLA (Financial Services Lawyers Association) runs an essay competition for students, graduates, pupils and trainees. The competition offers £1750 prize money and the opportunity for an internship in the FSA over the summer. The FSLA is free to […]

Mary Ashley: Decisions, Decisions…

No comments, posted on October 7, 2011

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.

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