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    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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    21 and RemainINg Hopeful

    Today… One day I will look back and see that lived I through history. Although this might sound strange, history never looks like history when you are living it. Although I have tried to keep this platform neutral , today I felt, to put it…

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    Protecting the Real Value of Computer Programs: Functionality and Source Code

    Recently, I entered the Society for Computers and Law Student Essay Prize competition. For the last year in addition to my normal UCL haunt, I had been able to attend LSE and do an Information Technology module, which proved not only interesting but invaluable for…

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    Letting go of the diversity buzzword

    Here’s the latest piece that I wrote for The Times’ The Brief on whether diversity is sometimes used as a buzzword. Let me know what you think! (Link: Letting go of the diversity buzzword) Has the legal profession lost the meaning of diversity? Potential applicants to international law…

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    Everyone is Smarter Than Me & Other Crazy Things Law Students Think

    Even though LawToya Talks is blogging about her experience over the Atlantic, what she says holds true even here! Especially as a final year having recently spoken to various 1st and 2nd years her third point holds true, just focus on what you are doing,…

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    Student Law Sector Debate: Diversity in the Law

    Last night I attended The Student Law Sector debate hosted by Milkround and The Times, and the talk of the night was the issue of D-I-V-E-R-S-I-T-Y! Let’s be honest, the profession may often seem pale, male and stale if you are someone who doesn’t necessarily…

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    The Best Practice Guide for applying to Graduate schemes

    Doing applications can be a difficult and daunting task, especially if you don’t know where to start or what law firms are looking for. Rosenblatt, a full-service, entrepreneurial firm in London have helpfully created a handy guide to help you when applying for grad schemes.…

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    Let’s be Honest: 21 and Inside Out

    When I woke up the other day, I did just that. I woke up and I was fine. Granted, because of the looming pressure of final year, my sleep pattern was still a bit off and I still felt that residual tiredness that gradually adds…

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    Let’s be honest: 21 and average

    I don’t know if turning 21 somehow made things get real, really quick or maybe I just hadn’t been paying much attention. All of a sudden it feels like I have been hit with this wave of realization. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the type of productive or valuable realization…

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    I Should Be Engaged.

    As I truly set off for my 20s this resonates with me and it’s so true that you sometimes don’t realise how empty your engagement with others has become when you’re so used to relying on a digital connection. It’s convenient but nothing can beat…

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    Compensatory Liability of Trustees for Breaching their Duty

      Millett: equity’s place in the law of commerce  It is tempting but wrong to assume that a trustee is under a primary obligation to perform the trust and a secondary obligation to pay equitable compensation if he doesn’t. Equity says under the terms of…

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    Intro: Breach of Duty Outline

      Fault based vs strict liability Question asked- did the D take reasonable care in doing what he did Elements of tort: Duty of care: measured generally. Breach: C has to show D hasn’t attained appropriate standard of care required. Sets the bar, if D…

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