While graduation may currently feel like a far off event for many, there's lots of things you can do once you leave Essex. I talked to a few graduates, ranging from more recent to longer ago, to see what they've done since the left Essex and how Essex prepared them for the future! Barrister/SolicitorThe most … Continue reading Where do our Graduates go?
LawWorks and Attorney General Student Pro Bono Awards The Law Clinic was proud to announce that Catherine Duggan, one of its Student Directors, was nominated for the title of Student of the Year at the annual LawWorks and Attorney General Student Pro Bono awards. This is a fantastic achievement and Cat and the Deputy Law … Continue reading Essex Law Clinic Updates: Summer Term 2019
It might be a while away for some reading this, but graduation day is one of the best days of your life at Essex. I'm set to graduate this summer, and I'm incredibly excited! Here's what you can expect to happen on your graduation day. Collecting RobesAround two hours before the ceremony you're able to … Continue reading Graduation at Essex
[In French] For many, the university is an opportunity to make a new start, to get to know each other, but also to try new things. Nothing is less true in Essex. In addition to discovering a new culture, it is also possible to discover new activities. We interviewed a few students who told us … Continue reading Societies and sports on campus: an unusual guide
While your degree is the most important aspect of life at University, it's also important to make friends and have fun! At Essex there are over 100 societies you can join, and I'm going to introduce you to some of them here. 1. Law SocietyThe Law society is the main hub for law students on campus. … Continue reading 5 Societies to join as a Law Student
While there are a lot of compulsory modules you have to take as a law student, in your second and third years here you do get to pick some optional modules from a long list to round out your studies. While there are more "normal" modules like consumer contract law and banking law, Essex has … Continue reading 5 interesting modules you could take at Essex
[In French] Since the "labor law" of August 8, 2016, an employer can restrict or prohibit the wearing of religious symbols in his company in France, even if such signs would not affect the accomplishment of his employees' work. By Héloïse Kroband (student) Dans l’entreprise, dé-voilons tout ! Depuis la « loi travail » du 8 août 2016, … Continue reading French/English Double Degree Paper: Freedom of religion in the workspace