The diary of an aspiring barrister
It’s the middle of August, technically my summer holidays (although the lovely British weather says otherwise) and here I am having to battle through my dissertation. 621 more words
4 days, 6 hours
One of my friends was recently applying for training contracts so I had an insight into the kind of fairy tales that a law student needs to sell to get a job: 516 more words
Where do I begin?
Maybe a little about myself. I graduated from a Russell Group university in June 2013 with a 2.1 Law degree, an achievement I am so proud of. 658 more words
1 week, 6 days
This will be my last trainee blog post, as a trainee anyway, as I am due to qualify in September having now submitted the relevant paperwork to the Solicitors Regulation Authority. 251 more words
2 weeks, 2 days
One international move, two years of intense work, nineteen examinations and more applications than I care to count, and it’s all over.
The paperwork has been signed. 264 more words
3 weeks, 1 day
I recently read an article on the Guardian’s website, and it instantly took me back to being an 18 year old, looking forward to a final summer of freedom before starting university. 980 more words
3 weeks, 2 days
the mature law student