Hi, I'm Calum, a final-year LLB student at the University of York, part-time family law paralegal, and aspiring member of the criminal Bar. I’ll be offering an honest insight into the life of a wannabe barrister – juggling studies, employment, pro bono commitments and a never-ending search for further experience. Take a seat, grab a cuppa’ and accompany me on my (hopeful) road to pupillage.
First-year law student? Here’s my guide on how to make the most of your first year of law school - part two
Throughout your degree you need to constantly remind yourself what your end goal is. That may be to join a firm as a solicitor, work for yourself as a barrister, or perhaps you’re not sure what you want to do yet.
First-year law student? Here’s my guide on how to make the most of your first year of law school - part one
It’s October. Freshers’ Week has come and gone, lectures have started and Freshers’ Flu is spreading faster than a catchy 'Elf on the Shelf' meme.
Game of Thrones, the critically acclaimed and award-winning fantasy TV drama has, sadly, come to an end this week with the season seven finale.
The most recent news story with an archaic legal edge to reach the front pages involved cyclist Charlie Alliston, found guilty last week at the Old Bailey after knocking down and killing a 44-year-old woman with his bicycle in East London.
Baroness Hale, the UK's highest ranking female judge, is to be appointed president of the Supreme Court.