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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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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CILEx: an alternative route to a legal career

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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Tips for living in London by Londoners themselves

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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The Best Practice Guide for applying to Graduate schemes

The Best Practice Guide for applying to Graduate …

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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