Charlotte Hughes

Charlotte Hughes

I graduated from the University of Reading in 2015 and I am currently a part time BPTC student at the University of Law, graduating (hopefully) in 2017. I work full time during the week as a paralegal at a West Midlands firm – mainly in the litigation department, but generally getting involved in anything they throw at me. Join me as I battle through the trials and tribulations of trying to find pupillage!

Posts

02/11/2017

The joint inspection on disclosure: concerning findings

Disclosure is one of the cornerstones of the criminal justice system and disclosure of unused material is a key component of the investigative and prosecution process.

24/10/2017

BSB consultations on barrister training - my thoughts on qualifying sessions

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) is currently reviewing the way barristers train and qualify.

03/10/2017

Want to be a barrister? Tips for university

Many university freshers will have emerged the other side of the one or two weeks of partying that is your welcome to university, hangovers just starting to subside, to be hurled into the world of lectures, seminars and careers talks.

03/10/2017

A right to justice?

We live in a time where the rule of law is under attack.