We've got an expert team of bloggers reporting from the front line of legal study and work. You'll hear straight from the horses' mouths about how they juggle their studies, job applications, work and social life. You can save blogs to your MyLCN account by clicking the 'Bookmark' button on a specific blog's page.
Hi! My name is Kenza and I’m an aspiring barrister. I've just completed the LLB and started the BVS at City, University of London. I’ve joined LCN as a blogger to share my journey to the Bar, provide insight into studying the BVS and hopefully guide those looking to follow a similar path. I hope you find my blogs useful!
Now studying my LPC at the University of Law in Manchester, I've made the transition from studying English literature at undergraduate level to now being intrigued and excited by the legal world. Last year I completed my MA Law (Conversion) course, and completed a project on copyright laws following Brexit. I'm a future trainee solicitor at a firm in London, and I'm eager to use my knowledge of the law in practice.
Hi I'm Phil, otherwise known as The Neurodivergent Lawyer. I am an aspiring lawyer qualifying via CILEX, and an autism and neurodiversity advocate. I'll be sharing my experiences of life as a paralegal and qualifying via an alternative route to the training contract, things that I think are worth knowing at the junior stage, as well as promoting greater acceptance, understanding, empowerment and inclusion of autistic and neurodivergent lawyers at all career stages. I hope that whoever you are you can take something away from my blogs here!
Hello, I’m Demi, or alternatively known as 'The Abled Lawyer' on Instagram. I am currently studying the LPC/LLM part-time at BPP University, Birmingham. I work as a diversity assistant at Freeths LLP. I am also a committee member of the Lawyers with Disabilities Division of The Law Society of England and Wales in my spare time. By documenting my journey as a disabled student, this blog aims to raise awareness of disabilities in the legal profession and give practical advice to disabled aspiring solicitors, which I wish I had received at the beginning of my career. Finally, I have interests in employment law and technology law, so my blogs may also touch upon these subjects too. Enjoy!
My name is Marie, I am an international student in the second year of my law degree at UCL, and I hope to become a solicitor! In my blog, I will be giving you breakdowns of general commercial law concepts, advice, and as someone who enjoys literature, I will discuss law-related novels!
Hello, my name is Cassandra, and I am studying the GDL alongside an MSc artificial intelligence degree. My previous degree was in Chemistry. I am a commercially-minded individual who aims to enhance the representation of STEM students in the legal sector, offer our unique viewpoints, and deliver my understanding of how we can apply technology to law.
Hi everyone! My name is Savannah and I’m an aspiring solicitor. I’m currently a second-year university student at the University of Manchester. I’ve become a LCN blogger to share my legal journey and experiences so far, in hopes to be able to help those going down a similar career path. I hope you find my blogs of use, and if you do, please do check out my legal instagram too: (@themanchesterlawstudent).
Hi! I’m Syndy, an international first-year law student studying at the University of Bristol. I joined LCN as a blogger to share my experiences as I try to make the most out of my law degree while studying abroad in the UK. I find the commercial world intriguing so my blogs may include a compilation of me navigating current affairs. Beyond this, I hope to share my interest in environmental sustainability. Looking forward to receiving your opinions on my blogs!
Hi! I'm Bethany, a current LPC student and future trainee solicitor at Addleshaw Goddard. Through this blog, I hope to share my experiences and give a voice to those students wanting to work outside of London (it isn't always for everyone, you know!). You can find out more about me, my writing and my legal journey through Instagram or Twitter (@bethanyblaw).
Hi everyone! My name is Charlotte (she/her) and I am an aspiring commercial solicitor, currently studying online for my MA Law with the University of Law. I have also recently graduated with an English Literature degree from the University of York. Follow my blog to gain further insight into a non-law student’s pathway into law and how I navigate the SQE!
Hi I'm Kate, a first-year law with psychology student at the University of Essex. I am studying part time while working as a civil servant at HMCTS. I hope to share my experiences navigating the legal profession while obtaining a law degree. I also document my journey on Instagram as @kateslawlife.
Hi! I’m Harriet, an international relations graduate from the University of Birmingham and a part-time PGDL student at BPP Bristol. By documenting my journey as an LGBT aspiring solicitor, this blog aims to empower readers to stay true to their authentic selves and harness their USPs in pursuit of their professional goals. Beyond all things legal, I hope to share my interests in the energy sector, emerging technology and volunteering.
I’m Chantal and I am currently an undergraduate at the University of Leicester studying English and History, entering the final year of my degree! I am beginning my applications to undertake the GDL after graduating and working towards gaining a training contract in the near future. I am keen to help other non-law students and hope that I can achieve this by sharing my experience whilst navigating the legal world without a law degree!