A-levels

Simon Myerson QC: I’d Rather Have a Coffee Than a Pupil

‘Pupils contribute nothing to chambers during their pupillage’, writes Simon Myerson QC, so paying them more than the £12K minimum makes no sense I like Legal Cheek and I like Alex Aldridge who runs it. Nonetheless, it has recently gone all tabloid on the issue of funding for pupillages, and I have told Alex so…. Read more »

Is The LNAT Fit For Purpose?

Barrister-to-be Jack Smith, whose LNAT score didn’t correspond with his other academic results, isn’t convinced by the undergraduate law application test With A-Level results improving each year, it’s only natural that university law faculty admissions tutors seek to distinguish between the best applicants via an additional test. For many institutions, the National Admissions Test for… Read more »

Wannabe Lawyer Sends Letter of Rejection To Oxford Uni

A state-school pupil who was invited to Oxford University for an interview for a place to read law decided against going along – and wrote her own letter of rejection to the university. In it, she said Oxford “did not quite meet the standard” of other universities. Here’s the full text of Elly Nowell’s (pictured)… Read more »