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
1. SU BarThe SU Bar is the main bar on campus if you want to relax, it even has a Starbucks if you need that caffeine kick. The SU Bar serves food and drink all day, and late into the night, as well as having weekly quizzes and showing most football games on the big … Continue reading 5 best places to relax on campus
As you come to the end of your time in secondary school you may be coming to the point of exams for A-Levels, International Baccalaureate, or other school exams. It can be a very stressful time, so I spoke to some 1st, 2nd and 3rd year students to get their tips to be successful in … Continue reading 5 Exam Tips from Current Students
There's many ways to get your voice heard while at Essex, here's some of the best ways that you can utilise as a student! 1. UKESEvery year the UK Engagement Survey is sent to all undergraduate students across UK universities to find out what students think of their university, course and much more. It's sent … Continue reading Ways to get your voice heard as a Law Student
While you may have written many essays and completed coursework pieces during A-Levels and your final years of school, university assignments probably still remain a mystery. In this post I'm going to show you what a law school assignment is like, how they're released and submitted, and what feedback you get following the essay. The … Continue reading What are law school assignments like?
As a law student, you often find yourself with a couple of hours gap in between lectures and classes. These gaps are the perfect time to get studying and assignments done so you have more free time at home! 1. Law School Common RoomWant to be surrounded by fellow law students? This area on the second floor of the … Continue reading 5 of the best places to study on the Colchester campus