The Law School Summer Challenge 2020

Bev Jackson, Director of Student Development set up a summer challenge where students participated in a series of different activities over 6 weeks. The Law Summer Challenge 2020 ran from 21 July - 31 August. It was designed to prepare students for the upcoming academic year. Students were asked to complete 3 tasks each week and upload … Continue reading The Law School Summer Challenge 2020

Guest Student Blog: Malina Preda talks about discovering a passion for family law

Malina recently graduated this July. My name is Malina Preda and I am graduating this year from University of Essex. My evolution through three years spent in university was impressive as I enjoyed lots of work experience in my final year which increased my learning outcomes, skills and employability. My first year of university was … Continue reading Guest Student Blog: Malina Preda talks about discovering a passion for family law

Guest Student Blog: Emma Newton talks why she chose to do a placement year

Emma recently graduated this July. Towards the end of my first year at University, I began contemplating the different types of work experience I could embark on to further my chances of success in the law field. In researching my options, I attended the placements bootcamp to gain an insight into the benefits of completing … Continue reading Guest Student Blog: Emma Newton talks why she chose to do a placement year

Guest Student Blog: Abena Prempeh talks about her experience with Keystone Solicitors

Congratulations to Abena who graduated this year! Every year since the start of my four-year degree in law, I was determined to secure an internship to better inform and prepare me professionally in my future endeavours as a solicitor. The perfect opportunity then presented itself as this was a requirement for the module, Clinical Legal … Continue reading Guest Student Blog: Abena Prempeh talks about her experience with Keystone Solicitors

Guest Student Blog: Sean Walkden talks about his placement at Support Through Court and Professional development

Sean, standing at the School's Mooting final heald at the Supreme Court. During my final year I aimed to develop myself professionally while working towards my degree. After a phone call with the Employability Development Diector in the Summer of 2019, where we dicussed some activities that the University puts on which could help. As … Continue reading Guest Student Blog: Sean Walkden talks about his placement at Support Through Court and Professional development