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  • 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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    CILEx: an alternative route to a legal career

    This week’s post on pursuing an alternative career in Law comes from Barlow Robbins Solicitors who specialise in Residential Property transactions. Studying law isn’t something that should be taken on lightly. For most people, in fact, the idea of spending three years studying towards a degree, racking up…

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    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

    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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    London Coffee Festival 2017

     The Legend Legend has it, that a herdsman named Kaldi on a sunny day noticed that his trip of goats was more sprightly than usual having grazed on a dark green bush with red berries. The trip was tripping so to speak. Curious, Kaldi tried…

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    The new reality in the legal profession

    This month’s post comes from Julia Rosińska, a second year law student, aspiring to specialise in international arbitration and commercial disputes. Julia is passionate about exploring the impact of technology on the legal profession, self-development and also works as a Life Coach.   Has the role of…

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    Getting Things Done with the Bullet Journal

    I was recently featured in a post by Gradstrategy on how keeping a journal or a planner can help you in being more productive. Check it out here on Gradstrategy.com I talk about how throughout my time at university, I used something called the Bullet Journal method…

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    Article 50: A question of principle

    This month’s featured blog post comes from Alex Diggens. He is a recent law graduate from UCL who is now currently studying for the Bar where he will specialise in a Commercial chancery set upon completion. Panic in the court room Late last week, the High Court issued…

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    Working in a Family Law Firm: What You Can Expect

    This month’s featured blog post comes from Clayton Miller, a founding member of KMJ Solicitors who specialise in family law. To learn more about their work and what they do, visit their website    Whether you’ve just graduated from law school or you’re looking to change areas, you might…

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    Tips for living in London by Londoners themselves

    I recently contributed to Law Absolute’s post on living in London. Guess I am officially a Londoner! Find the link attached below. http://www.lawabsolute.com/recruitment-news/article/tips-for-living-in-london-by-londoners-themselves On another note, I will soon be writing a post on life after law school and keeping you all updated on the…

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    Book Review: Intercept

    Check out my latest review for The Society of Computers and Law on Intercept by Gordon Corera. Original Link: (http://www.scl.org/site.aspx?i=ed48270) Lorraine Chimbga reviews Intercept: The Secret History of Computers and Spies by Gordon Corera (Orion Publishing, Paperback – £8.99, pp 448, ISBN: 9781780227849)   At first…

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    21 and Graduated

    Two weeks ago was the tangible culmination of three rollercoaster years finally coming to an end. When the exam season finally finished in May I didn’t quite know how to feel when I was still waking up at 6am but had nothing to revise or read…

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