I studied Computing in Imperial College London and I will be starting the GDL at BPP in October 2017. Watch this space as I will be sharing my take on legal tech and tips on juggling part-time jobs, vacation scheme applications and studying full-time.
As explored in previous blog posts, the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) is for the tough-minded.
Waiting tables is not a glamorous job, but one can learn much from it, including essential skills for a lawyer.
Even if you manage your time brilliantly, a poor essay or answer to problem question will still lead you to an unsatisfactory grade.
Two months have passed since I started the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) at BPP University in Waterloo and I can safely say that I have had a proper taste of the course, all the while experimenting in ways to juggle my studies with my life.
Coming to law from a computing degree, the most frequently asked question I'm asked is “Why the change?"