I really want to do law at A-level, but everyone says I shouldn’t.
I am a second year law student thinking of going to the bar, how important is it to do the BCL?
I am due to start the GDL in September and am currently looking to secure a training contract. Although I am dedicated to pursuing a career in law I am still very interested in history, which is what my undergraduate degree is in, and would like to study for a masters.
I am on course for a 2:2 in my law degree from a non-Russell Group University, what can I do?
I begin my vacation scheme placement very soon. However, I have also been offered an interview at another law firm which is whilst I am on my first vacation scheme. I can’t change the date, what should I do?
I want to apply for pupillage but I have only done one mini-pupillage - what are my chances?
I am going to attend my first assessment centre and I hoped someone could help me decide on the best way to behave in group exercises.
I completed my legal practice course while pregnant with my first child and have just had my second and I’m thinking about my options for going back to work.
I am not enjoying my training contract.
I am starting my law degree with the Open University in April and I am worried it won’t be taken seriously by law firms.
There are a lot of stories about retention rates being up or down - but what does that really mean?
I am going to get a lower 2nd class (2:2) law degree - what are my options?
Is there anything I should steer clear of when answering commercial awareness questions?
This will be my second year of pupillage applications - is there anything I can do to improve my chances?
I’m a third year non-law graduate struggling to get any work experience/vacation schemes.
I will be taking the LNAT in the next couple of days and I am worried that I haven’t prepared enough - any last minute tips?
I am an Irish law graduate but am considering qualifying in England and Wales - however I am just wondering would you consider this an option in this recent economic climate?
I’m worried that my training contract will far from guarantee me an NQ position at any firm, what should I do?.
I don’t know whether to pursue a career as a solicitor or go down a different route where academics aren’t everything.
I’m worried that I don’t have enough extra-curricular activities on my CV.
I am in the final year of my law degree and am torn between the LPC and BPTC. What is the better option to take and with which am I more likely to gain employment afterwards?
I am a graduate applying for vacation schemes but the fact I have no previous legal work experience is making it difficult - any advice?
I am close to finishing my law degree in South Africa, are there any opportunities for me in the UK legal industry?
I’ve been offered a training contract at a large regional firm and a paralegal role at a magic circle firm.
I’ve always wanted to practise law and have just graduated with an LLB from a top 20 university.
How valuable is it for BPTC graduates to have experience marshalling with a judge?
I am currently working as a paralegal and am struggling to obtain a training contract despite having been assessed a couple of times.
How should I go about asking for my training contract to be deferred?
I am about to go for a paralegal interview - how will it differ from a training contract interview?
With the prices of studying the BPTC reaching £16,000 in some law schools, what are the options of funding the course for prospective students?