Picking Apart Your Thesis Question

Picking Apart Your Thesis Question

In this post, I outline how I picked apart my thesis question to create my essay roadmap. #law #lawstudent #dissertation

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Picking your topic/area of law and picking your question

Picking your topic/area of law and picking …

This post covers how to pick your topic/area of law and thesis question. #lawessay #dissertation

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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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Reading the Ratio

Reading the Ratio

Reading cases with Ratio

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Reading the Ratio and Taking Notes on Cases.

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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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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Studying Law in the UK

Studying Law in the UK

This week’s article on choosing a university to study Law in the UK comes from guest author Mirva Lempiainen, who also blogs for SchoolApply.com. How to study for a Bachelor’s of Law in the UK There are two main reasons to study for a legal degree:…

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How to revise Law

How to revise Law

One can tell that the exam season is in full swing as the cries of help through the volume of memes about procrastinating increase. I have also been getting more questions on how I managed my time and I thought it would be great to…

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Law: A Survival Guide

Law: A Survival Guide

I always feel a sense of sage pride when a young hopeful Law student to be looks at me with naïve hope shining in their eyes, seeking advice regarding the mythical subject and career of the Law. You see your old self in their youthful…

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Procrastination isn’t taking a break: Dealing With Stress

Procrastination isn’t taking a break: Dealing With …

After the excitement and euphoria of Fresher’s week, reality soon catches up with you. You have what I call that “Wizard of Oz” moment. This is that moment where you realize that you are most definitely not in college any more and neither are you…

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