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What to Do with Your Law Degree If A Career In Law Doesn’t Appeal

Nelson Mandela, Andrea Bocelli, and Barack Obama are just three famous people who studied law without dedicating themselves to this profession. In the UK, around 17,855 were accepted to Law courses in the 2016-2017 period, with 67.5% of students comprising women and 32.5% men. Far less students are admitted to the roll.

Examining potential medical negligence in the USA

Representing clients who have been injured in catastrophic accidents can be challenging and complex. This article – written by John M. O’Brien, Personal Injury Lawyer in California – highlights some of the issues and considerations that will be faced.

Legal Routes: USA Real Estate

Since 2014, there have been a staggering 35,000 cases related to loan fraud and real estate scams. Despite the massive efforts to take initiative and raise awareness, homeowners are still becoming victims – losing an average of $1,500 per scheme. That is where real estate attorneys come in.

A Personal Injury Lawyer’s Guide to Handling Claims in the USA

Representing clients who have been injured in catastrophic accidents can be challenging and complex. This article – written by John M. O’Brien, Personal Injury Lawyer in California – highlights some of the issues and considerations that will be faced.

Human Rights in Prison – A System in Need of Reform?

As summer approaches law students all across the country are emerging from libraries and packing up their belongings to head back home for three months of well deserved rest. The Great British Summer awaits, so here are a few productive ways to spend your summer as an aspiring lawyer.

Is it Possible to Work as a Freelance Lawyer?

In the last few years, the number of freelance workers in the UK has grown from 2 million to an impressive 4.8 million. Freelancers of all ages, experience levels, and educational backgrounds are needed across industries. It is clear that the new workplace (for many) will be outside of the standard office cubicle within the coming decades.

How to Make the Most of Your Summer as an Aspiring Lawyer

As summer approaches law students all across the country are emerging from libraries and packing up their belongings to head back home for three months of well deserved rest. The Great British Summer awaits, so here are a few productive ways to spend your summer as an aspiring lawyer.

Preparing for Assessment centres – where do I start?

The Assessment Centre Now the end of January has passed (finally), and with it the deadline for many

Alternative Careers: Commercial Options

For many final year students the days counting down to your final exams and being released into the

Building Your Career: Make Your CV Give the Right Message

Luke Nelson gives us some tips of how to build your CV in order to impress those recruiters!