21st May 2012
For anybody who enjoyed the first series of Silk and has started watching the second series I thought this was an interesting article where we get to hear about the programme from the writer's perspective.
The article talks about a series that...
26th April 2012
I have previously written a number of blogs about Twitter and its interaction with the law and how the law must be dynamic in order to reflect changes in technology.
23rd April 2012
For all of those budding barristers who are currently contending with their pupillage applications, this article has some handy tips to help you along the way. Good luck!
22nd March 2012
My drop in sessions for this final term will be held on Wednesdays from 9-12:30.
Feel free to come along and see me with any queries or if you just want some tips as to how to improve your legal research skills.
If you can't make it at...
13th February 2012
Since I have often blogged about the role of the internet and micro-blogs such as twitter I felt it important to mention two articles I have read. Both relate to twitter and both relate to possible criminal offences.
8th February 2012
I just read a Q+A on the guardian website about getting the most from pro bono work and thought that it might be of use to those of you taking part in CHERAL, StreetLaw, the Legal Advice centre or any other pro bono opportunities that the college...
18th January 2012
10th January 2012
Just a reminder that drop-in sessions take place every:
In IT1 (above the library)
I'm now able to help all LPC student as the PLR is now finally over for all of us!
Come along for tips that...
10th January 2012
9th December 2011
I have just read an article that gave me an idea of what I could do should I have to wait a couple of years before my quest for a training contract comes to fruition. I could go travelling, find a job as a paralegal or find another job or perhaps...
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