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Here we go. I am a 24 year old Russell Group graduate and I want to go to the Bar. Yep, I have ignored the health warning and I'm going for it. From September 2013, I will be studying the BPTC at Nottingham Law School and writing all about it here. I hope you will follow my journey.Read blog »
Ever wondered if it's really possible to cram 'Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Law' into the one solitary year of a conversion course? Well, we're about to find out... I'm a recent Cambridge graduate beginning the GDL in September 2012, here to make your lives that little bit easier by providing you with a candid account of my first official foray into the legal world.Read blog »
Hi guys. I am a final-year law student, who is in pursuit of the law students holy grail, the training contract. I intend to give an uncut, frank and fair view of what life is like when attempting to chase a career as a solicitor. From October onwards, my blog will involve all the trials and tribulations of the third-year law student.Read blog »
My name is Tamasin Dorosti and I am currently in year two of the LPC, while working in-house at the legal and commercial department of a science research council. I hope to give some background to the experience I embarked upon almost one year ago and, as blogs continue, give you an idea of what my life in-house is like; the ups, the downs (if there are any!) and any lessons learned along the way.Read blog »