Bar Council to Move Pupillage Gateway Timetable

After requests from both chambers and students, the Bar Council is to move the Pupillage Gateway tim

Ashurst Testing “blind allocation” Scheme with the Aim of Ensuring Fairness

Ashurst is directing a new scheme aimed at corporate associates at the firm. The “blind allocation”

Top Firms Including A&O and Taylor Wessing Bring Training Contract Deadline Forward

Back in July of this year, it was reported that changes in the graduate recruitment process for univ

Masters of Law – Why it has become as popular as the LPC?

Josie McMaster explains why in recent year the popularity of the LLM has risen significantly. With postgrads choosing it instead of, or as well as the LPC.

7 Ways To Improve Your Time Management

Checklist As a law student, this is essential. The work never stops. Make a list of what you need to

Seven Things I’ve Learned Since Starting my GDL

Charlie Parker looks at what he has learned since starting his GDL. Full of useful information, wit and humour, he offers a true and honest insight into his first few months of his studies.

Returning to education – What is it like?

Charlie looks at the challenges facing a person returning to university and the feelings that accompany it. Changing professions is a common thing and this article gives great insight into how a person feels and the road ahead for them

University of Law BPTC Sets 2:1 Minimum Entry

Charles Crisp discusses the new requirements the University of Law is looking to implement for entry to the BPTC course and assesses the impact this may have on applicants.

Meet your new Education Secretary- Nicky Morgan

In her latest education report, Aoife Macauley introduces us to the new education secretary and how a career in law led her where she is today.

SRA to Refund LPC Enrolment Fees

Charles Crisp elucidates the issue of the SRA refunding enrolment fees for the LPC