Hello! I’m Chrissy. I am an undergraduate student studying my LLB at a London university. I will be publishing blogs and vlogs with a personal and academic account of what it means to study law, while sharing tips on how to make the most of your experience at university.
When it comes to ill mental health, law students are typically known for keeping up appearances. Law students typically experience feelings of a lack of social connectedness, competence and autonomy. Thus, as a law student, it’s important to give yourself time to settle in. This article includes practical suggestions on ways to handle aspects of studying and set yourself up to succeed.
The examination period is an understandably stressful time, so it's easy for law students to be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information contained in thick tort textbooks. This guide will hopefully encourage you to revise effectively and find ways to make learning enjoyable.
The legal profession tends to use a lot of jargon, but a good lawyer will take pride in giving advice in plain English.
Diversity in the legal sector is improving, but minority groups are still under-represented at more senior levels. We are in desperate need of a profession that rewards excellence on merits alone and that reflects the diverse population we serve.
The legal industry must do more to improve access and opportunities for black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) individuals. This article focuses on BAME representation in the legal profession, while considering some of the issues surrounding and commercial benefits available to firms which embrace diversity and inclusivity.