Laying the Groundwork

Laying the Groundwork

In this post, I outline the first steps I took when starting on my dissertation. #essaywriting #law

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THE LONDON LAW STUDENT DISSERTATION WRITING SERIES.

THE LONDON LAW STUDENT DISSERTATION WRITING SERIES.

Welcome to The London Law Student’s Guide to Writing a First Class Dissertation. I remember the feeling of being overwhelmed when I realised I had to submit a 6,000 word dissertation alongside a 4,000 word portfolio by the end of April, but don’t fear! Over…

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Writing a Personal Statement for Law School

Writing a Personal Statement for Law School

As the UCAS deadline draws near I thought I would repost a question I once got on how to write your personal statement. And see the one I submitted for my own application.

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Reading the Ratio

Reading the Ratio

Reading cases with Ratio

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Reading the Ratio and Taking Notes on Cases.

SCL: Talking Tech Law

SCL: Talking Tech Law

I was recently featured in an online Q&A by the Society for Computers and Law for their Talking Tech Law series. It’s aimed at providing an interesting insight into how various legal tech figures got their start in the sector and where they see the profession…

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Top Tips from the Student Tech Law Challenge

Top Tips from the Student Tech Law Challenge

Twas a gloomy and wet Saturday morning on the third day of February and all was quiet in the City of London. Except of course at The University of Law, where the Society for Computers and Law hosted their first ever Student Tech Law challenge.…

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22 and a Path to Tech Law

22 and a Path to Tech Law

This week’s post features a review by Olivia Jean-Baptiste of the ‘A Path to Tech Law‘ panel that I recently spoke on for The Society for Computers and Law. Olivia is currently an undergraduate LLB student at City University of London where she is also…

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The Lawyer Portal: Surviving Law School

The Lawyer Portal: Surviving Law School

I recently contributed an article to The Lawyer Portal (TLP), whose aim is to be the definitive resource for everyone considering a career in law, whatever their stage or background. They are also officially partnered with the Bar Council and the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).  Check out the original…

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22 and the winner is…

22 and the winner is…

At the end of August I was able to fulfil a slightly geeky childhood dream of mine: visiting the land of all things stationery and anime. Admittedly, the reason for my trip was even nerdier but I would be lying if I said I didn’t…

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The Life of a Second Year Law Student

The Life of a Second Year Law Student

In this week’s post Rianna A.L answers some questions and talks about what it was like going through second year. Rianna is currently a law student at Nottingham University about to embark on her third year and hopes to become a solicitor. So, how was…

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News: Best International Future Lawyer Award 2017

News: Best International Future Lawyer Award 2017

I am so honoured and excited to share that I have been announced as the Best International Future Lawyer 2017 by AIJA, the International Association of Young Lawyers. Additionally, I also get to go to Tokyo for their 55th annual congress where I will receive…

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Book Review: We Know All About You

Book Review: We Know All About You

Check out my latest review of  “We Know All About You ” by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones for The Society of Computers and Law. We Know All About You: The Story of Surveillance in Britain and America by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones (OUP, 304 pp, £18.99) ISBN: 9780198749660   It would…

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