Interview with Human Rights advocate and barrister, Adam Wagner

On 28th October 2016, Joe Docherty from The Student Lawyer interviewed human rights advocate and bar

Bewigged and Bewildered? Sit Down and Wig Up

  “[D]on’t make a fool of yourself by getting drunk at chambers events”: some sage advice given

My Mini-Pupillage: Criminal

I recently went to lengths to gain some mini-pupillages in order to strengthen my pupillage applicat

10 questions to ask at the end of an interview

With students in first and second year eagerly (or maybe not…) awaiting the arrival of the next roun

The Psychology of Lawyers Explored

The Student Lawyer’s Joseph Docherty has been speaking with Edward Walker, former Graduate Recruitme

The advice you haven’t had about Training Contract Applications…

**UPDATE: Join The Student Lawyer today (it’s free!) and get a free e-book by Will Foulkes explainin

Life at the Law Centre – A Trainee Perspective

Laura Williams is a Trainee Solicitor at South West London Law Centres (SWLLC), a community based La

Interview with Will Foulkes – Former Magic Circle Associate

Will Foulkes worked for four years in the Finance and Projects department at one of the Magic Circle law firms in London and their offices in Paris and Milan. During this time, he worked closely with graduate recruitment, attending law fairs and lecturing at universities on the application process. TSL’s Deputy Editorial Content Manager spoke to Will about his experiences.

Which Firms Pay Trainees The Most?

One of the key reasons students and graduates cite for pursuing a career in commercial law is the he

How to Build a Shortlist of Firms to Apply to

As a first year law student, one of the most important things you can do is start to research law fi