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With tuition fees and accommodation costs at their current sky-high levels, many people weighing up going to university are understandably put off by the thought of a mountain of debt to pay off.
Aspiring Solicitors’ national Commercial Awareness Competition, open to undergraduates, graduates and career changers, is one of the biggest competitions of its kind in the United Kingdom.
I was beginning to plan the first of my vacation scheme applications when I saw NationalLawLIVE advertised online.
It's law fair season, which means that throughout October and November solicitors' firms, barristers' chambers, legal executives, law schools, pro bono organisations and legal advice centres are coming to your campus or one near you.
In October 2015, having just started the GDL, I was motivated to interact with law firms that specialised in my preferred practice areas.
Commercial awareness is a term which some people find daunting due to its vagueness, but it is actually fairly simple and there is no need to feel as if there is secret code which you haven’t been given.