GCSE & A-Level

Thinking About Doing a Degree In Law? The Basics

This piece considers four different points that are important when establishing whether a Law degree is right for you, and whether you are right for one.

Interview with Luke Peake, CEO of Virtual Internships

Luke Pearce CEO of Virtual Internships sits down with Emma Hamnett to discuss all things about Virtual Internships and what the company is about .

Interview with Louis Huglin – Associate in Film, TV & Theatre at Harbottle & Lewis

Louis Huglin is an Associate in Film, TV & Theatre at UK-based law firm Harbottle & Lewis. O

Applying to University to Study a Law Degree

Applying to university can be stressful, but applying to study Law can be particularly difficult as

Top 10 Law Schools

With more than 100 institutions in the UK alone offering Law courses, choosing and ranking five univ

Fletchers Launches Legal Apprenticeship

North West personal injury firm Fletchers has become the latest firm to launch a legal apprenticeshi

The Cambridge Sixth Form Law Conference 2016: A Review

Guest Contributor, James Smith, gives an account of his experiences at this year’s Cambridge Sixth Form Law Conference. Giving details of the activities and dispelling misconceptions of the conference.

An A-Level Student Aspiring to Become a Lawyer? Some Hints and Tips

Christian Weaver shares tips and hints for A Level students who are interesting in a career in law. This reproduced article offers unique insights and invaluable information for interested students. Whether you are thinking seriously about a career in law or want to explore the options, this article is a must read.

What Makes A Good Personal Statement?

For future A-level students who have not yet begun writing their personal statements, or for those o

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